What is the opposite of total?

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Adjective
Opposite of to a complete or absolute degree
Adjective
Opposite of comprising the whole number or amount
Adjective
Opposite of constituting or referring to all of something
“Members of the public were only allowed to see an incomplete version of the official report.”
Adjective
(generic intensifier) Opposite of extreme or absolute in degree
“I am intrigued by your mitigated sense of self-righteousness, but not entirely surprised.”
Adjective
(zero) Opposite of to an absolute degree
“I have absolutely zero faith that you can win this race against Rick.”
Adjective
(partial) Opposite of to an absolute degree
Adjective
(imperfect) Opposite of to an absolute degree
“She might have been an imperfect wife, but she was loyal and great with the kids.”
Adjective
(cursory) Opposite of to an absolute degree
Adjective
Opposite of in a continued fashion, to an utter or complete degree, without relief
Adjective
Opposite of of the greatest possible degree or amount
Adjective
Opposite of of, affecting, or including all or most of the members of a group, domain or area
“Bear in mind that the cooker has a limited purpose, and is not suitable for grilling or frying.”
Adjective
Opposite of unanimous or undivided
“All judges were asked to vote, but the panel was divided in their deliberation for a resounding winner.”
Adjective
Opposite of having unconditional and enthusiastic support
“There was some grudging applause at the final curtain, but I got the feeling it was more for the sake of form, rather than actual enjoyment.”
Adjective
Opposite of to an absolute degree
Adjective
(of income or profit) Opposite of without deduction of tax or other contributions
“The company constantly uses nonrecurring items such as restructuring charges to make its net income look better than cash flow would suggest.”
Adjective
Opposite of of or relating to everyone in the world or everyone in a particular place or society
“These semantics reflect the peer's individual view on the world.”
Adjective
Opposite of conclusive or definitive
“She has given us an extremely vague description of the perpetrator, therefore, we cannot press charges.”
Adjective
Opposite of of the greatest possible degree or amount
“He had resided in that part of the island where he had the least opportunity of acquiring any knowledge of the import.”
Adjective
Opposite of comprehensive and far-reaching in nature
“Given the functions and the scripts introduced previously, you only need to make minor changes to the code to implement these steps.”
Adjective
Opposite of very great in amount or degree
Adjective
Opposite of used as an intensifier
“To them, she was only a minor nuisance, a fly buzzing around the table that would be dispatched with the swat of a rolled-up newspaper.”
Adjective
Opposite of to an absolute degree
“The detectives had limited authority to execute a search without a legal warrant.”
Noun
Opposite of the whole number or amount of something
Noun
Opposite of an answer to a problem or puzzle
“He has been wracking his brain over this particular problem for hours.”
Noun
Opposite of the whole of something
“Don't be ridiculous! It will only take a fraction of your precious time to mow the lawn.”
Noun
Opposite of the amount or number of a material or abstract thing not usually estimated by spatial measurement
Noun
Opposite of the whole of something
Noun
Opposite of a quantity or amount
Noun
Opposite of the total amount resulting from the addition of two or more numbers, amounts, or items
“It might seem obvious, but the amount you owe is the difference between the total cost and the sum of everyone else's contribution.”
Noun
Opposite of the total or whole, usually of profit or income
“Although the London quoted market price is higher, after transaction costs the net is lower.”
Verb
Opposite of to add up the full number or amount of
Verb
Opposite of to amount in number to
Verb
Opposite of to completely destroy or devastate
Verb
Opposite of to defeat, subdue or overcome with superior strength
Verb
Opposite of to cause a significant amount of damage or destruction to
“I bought a piece of tempered glass to protect my new smartphone.”
Verb
Opposite of to determine the total or amount of (something)
“He was standing broadside at what I would estimate to be the second-closest shot I have ever made in the field.”
Verb
Opposite of establish by calculation
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