come to

(This phrasal verb has more than one meaning)
Definition: used to introduce the total number or amount of something.
E.g.1: One bottle of orange juice, a sandwich and a cream cake. That comes to £4.50p
E.g.2: Yes, but if we each invite five friends who also invite five friends, the total number of people at the party will come to over 200!
This phrasal verb can’t be separated.

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