altogether 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:7 教材出处:译林版选必修B3U2
I forgot what he had said to me altogether.
altogether adv. 完全地；总共；总而言之; n. 整个；裸体;
altogether coal 原煤
angel altogether 酒徒，酒鬼
swear off altogether 完全拒绝
in all altogether 一共
Be Not Altogether Inexcusable 无可厚非; 未可厚非;
dispenses with oil altogether 完全不用石油
Altogether Wins Altogether Develops 共赢共发展
altogether breakable 完整非弹性的
altogether doping 共掺杂
Altogether Struggles 共奋斗
legion altogether 军团齐心
ad.完全,總之,全部地;總共;總而言之Altogether there were 38 people in the bus.在公共汽車上一共有38個人.
1. (used to emphasize sth) completely; in every way
The train went slower and slower until it stopped altogether.
I don’t altogether agree with you.
I am not altogether happy about the decision.
It was an altogether different situation.
2. used to give a total number or amount
You owe me £68 altogether.
你一共欠我 68 英镑。
3. used to introduce a summary when you have mentioned a number of different things
The food was good and we loved the music. Altogether it was a great evening.
1 used to emphasize that something has been done completely or has finished completely 完全，全部〔用于强调完成或结束〕
an old custom that has vanished altogether
Congress could ban the procession altogether.
2 [+adj/adverb] used to emphasize that the way you describe something is completely true 十分，全然〔用于强调对某事物的描述属实〕
In Canada, the situation is altogether different.
This latest problem is altogether more serious.
not altogether (=not completely) 不完全
I wasn’t altogether happy about Mike staying over.
The results were not altogether surprising.
3 used to show that you are referring to the total amount 总计，总共
There were five people altogether.
How much do I owe you altogether?
4 used to make a final statement about several things you have just mentioned 总的说来，总而言之 SYN all in all
Lots of sunshine, wonderful food, and amazing nightlife – altogether a great vacation!
1.ADV 副词完全；全然；全部地 You use altogether to emphasize that something has stopped, been done, or finished completely.
【搭配模式】：ADV after v
When Artie stopped calling altogether, Julie found a new man…
His tour may have to be cancelled altogether…
Clinical test results are certainly encouraging — 10 per cent of wrinkles disappear altogether.
2.ADV 副词（用于形容词或副词前表示强调）显然，完全 You use altogether in front of an adjective or adverb to emphasize a quality that someone or something has.
The choice of language is altogether different…
Today’s celebrations have been altogether more sedate…
This wine has an altogether stronger, more pronounced flavour than their other white wines.
3.ADV 副词（弱化否定语气）太，十分，非常 You use altogether to modify a negative statement and make it less forceful.
We were not altogether sure that the comet would miss the Earth…
The fashion business, he claims, not altogether convincingly, is more real than the film business…
‘I’m not altogether a fool,’ she said gruffly.
4.ADV 副词总体来说；总之；基本上 You can use altogether to introduce a summary of what you have been saying.
【搭配模式】：ADV with cl
Altogether, it was a delightful town garden, peaceful and secluded.
5.ADV 副词总共 If several amounts add up to a particular amount altogether, that amount is their total.
【搭配模式】：ADV with amount
Britain has a dozen warships in the area, with a total of five thousand military personnel altogether…
Altogether seven inmates escaped by scaling a wall and climbing down scaffolding.
: completely and fully : totally, entirely完全；全然；全部地
They had an altogether new idea.
It stopped raining altogether.
If we don’t do something now, the forests may disappear altogether.
It’s best to avoid the situation altogether.
That’s an altogether different question. = That’s a different question altogether.
— often used with not常与not连用
It is not altogether clear why she left.
He didn’t altogether believe her story.
— often used for emphasis before another adverb常用于另一副词前，表强调
This is an altogether more sensible solution.
I’ve said altogether [=entirely] too much on the subject already.
: with everything added together : when everything is added up总共
They spent a thousand dollars altogether. [=in all] 他们总共花了一千美元。
Altogether [=all told], we sold nearly 500 candy bars.
: in a general way : when everything is considered总之；总的说来
Altogether [=generally, on the whole, all in all] I’d say this was our best vacation ever.
Altogether, their efforts were successful.
Usage用法Do not confuse the single word altogether with the two-word phrase all together.不要混淆altogether和all together。
We were all together [=all in a group, all with each other] for the whole day.
I tried to hold it all together with glue, but the pieces fell apart.
The detective put it all together [=figured out how the pieces of information related to each other] and solved the crime.
All together [=all at the same time] now, everybody, let’s sing!