Definition of Totalisators

1. Noun. (plural of totalisator) ¹



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Definition of Totalisators

1. totalisator [n] - See also: totalisator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Totalisators

total revenue
total revenues
total sclerectasia
total spinal anaesthesia
total suspended particulates
total suspended solids
total synechia
total syntheses
total synthesis
total transfusion
total war
total wars
totaled
totaling
totalisator
totalisators (current term)
totalise
totalised
totaliser
totalises
totalising
totalism
totalisms
totalist
totalistic
totalists
totalitarian
totalitarianism
totalitarianist
totalitarianists

Literary usage of Totalisators

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1. Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law by Society of Comparative Legislation, London (1906)
"totalisators (No. 19).—Totalisator " means and includes the instrument, machine, ... A duty of 2\ per cent, is charged on the takings of totalisators. ..."

2. Statistics by New South Wales Bureau of Statistics and Economics, New South Wales Bureau of Statistics, Edith Cowan University, Edith Cowan University Dept. of Institutional Research and Statistics (1904)
"An additional tax, called the "Totalisator Tax," is imposed at cif 2£ per cent, on all moneys received by conductors of authorised totalisators in ..."

3. Riding by Robert Weir, J. Moray Brown (1891)
"During the season 1889-90 over 573,ooo/. passed through New Zealand totalisators in 224 days' racing. The largest dividend ever paid was on a horse called ..."

4. Australia and New Zealand by William Dickson Boyce (1922)
"On one day of the Wellington races $600000 passed thru the two totalisators, the total for the three days meet being ..."

5. Antipodean Notes Collected on a Nine Months' Tour Round the World by Elim Henry D'Avigdor (1888)
"... and the fortunate supporters of C would receive about 4/. if he pulled off the event. The totalisators, of which there are generally several, ..."

6. Antipodean Notes Collected on a Nine Months' Tour Round the World by Elim Henry D'Avigdor (1888)
"The totalisators, of which there are generally several, are under the control of the Stewards, and the machine is so constructed that the public can also ..."

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