Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tally"

The meaning of "Tally" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the tally kept by mean?
A: Adding up the numbers of
Q: What does keep a tally mean?
A: To keep count.
Q: What does "keep a tally" in 225 mean?
A: It means
Who can keep up (keep a list) ?
The inference that 19-year-old girls see so many people that no one can keep up with all the people she sees.

Example sentences using "Tally"

Q: Please show me example sentences with tally.
A: “I made a tally of how many times I used my phone in a day”

“If you look at the tally it shows that the red team won and not the blue team”

“Should I use a tally to count the points?”

“Your tally is higher than hers”
Q: Please show me example sentences with tally.
A: Tally up the score to keep track of it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "tally" as verb .
A: @angee32: Tally can mean a current score or amount:
Steve has a tally of 14 victories and 6 losses.

Tally can mean a label attached to a tree or plant:
The tally on that lily tells us lots of information about it.

Tally can mean agree with or correspond with:
Their signatures should tally with their names on the register.

Tally can mean to calculate a total number of something:
They are tallying the votes for the election.

Synonyms of "Tally" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The nationwide tally hit a record for the second day in a row. and The nationwide tally hit a record for two days in a row. ?
A: The first sentence sounds better in my opinion.

Also, “for” is needed in the first sentence but not the second. The second sentence implies that the record was hit twice in a row, so removing “for” would still retain the intended meaning. However, the first sentence would almost sound like the record wasn’t hit until the second day, so removing “for” would risk changing the meaning.
Q: What is the difference between tally and count ?
A: They both mean to count the total. Tally sounds more formal and official than count. It is used, for example, for election results: The final tally for Candidate A was 52% and 46% for B.
Q: What is the difference between to tally and wholly ?
A: You meant, totally (instead of tally)?
There isn't much difference in the meanings of totally and wholly.
Q: What is the difference between tally and measure ?
A: 'Tally' is in reference to the 'Tally System' in which lines are used to count. Four lines are drawn next to each other with a fifth crossed through them to equal the number 5.

When people say to 'tally' or 'tally up' something, they are stating to count the topic.

Ex:) Tally up the losses for the baseball game.

'Measure' means to identify the amount of something, too. However, it can be for liquids, solids, weights, and heights.

Ex:) Measure 5mL of water.

'Tally' can not be used for weighing something.
Q: What is the difference between tally with and concur with ?
A: I concur with your conclusion (I agree with your conclusion)

Your answer tallies with mine (our answers are the same/matches)

Your excuse just doesn't tally with the situation (doesn't make sense/doesn't match)

We have concurred that the payment was justified given the case. (Come to an agreement)

Translations of "Tally"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tally
A: account

Other questions about "Tally"

Q: We don't have to tally the students' comments during the class anymore. Does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: We don't have to tally the students' ideas during the class. It means we can give more thinking time for the students. Does this sound natural?
A: "...tally the students' ideas" is not understandable. Tally is usually used for calculating or counting something, like "to tally election votes". Ideas, on the other hand, cannot be counted.
Q: What does tallies mean? Feel free to provide an example.
A: To tally is to add or count: the original figure is about making marks on paper or a blackboard, etc.

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