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    total up the receipt

    If I were a cashier and was going to ask the customer whether I could start adding prices together to find out the total of their receipt, what would I ask "Can I total up the purchase, receipt......?"?

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    Re: total up the receipt

    You don't ask the customer that. You may ask 'Is that all?', "Would you like anything else?' or something similar.

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