Tote

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Tote may refer to:

  • To tote, to carry a heavy weight or load
  • A tote bag, a carry bag that is often used to carry items too large for a purse; sometimes also sold as a reusable shopping bag
  • To-te, an early translation of the Japanese word for karate
  • Tote (Addition), the mathematical operation of combining or adding two numbers to obtain an equal simple amount or total
  • Tote box or bulk box - a pallet size box used for storage and shipping of bulk quantities
  • Tote, abbreviation for Tote board, the name for the computerised system which runs parimutuel betting, calculating payoff odds, displaying them, and producing tickets based on incoming bets
  • Tote (Transformers), a fictional character
  • The Tote Hotel, an iconic alternative music venue in Melbourne, Australia
  • Heroes of Might and Magic V: Tribes of the East, colloquially abbreviated as ToTE
  • In psychology T.O.T.E., standing for "Test - Operate - Test - Exit", is an iterative problem solving strategy based on feedback loops
  • Tote may also refer to an IBC or an Intermediate Bulk Container. See also Intermediate bulk container
  • Tote (footballer), Spanish footballer
  • Totes»ISOTONER

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