totting up

Used in the UK for penalties or disciplinary points given to jockeys. Example: There will be disciplinary points totting up against the jokey.

Equestrian sports dictionary . 2013.

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  • totting up — in road traffic law, the scheme whereby courts endorse points on the driving licences of offenders; if offenders accumulate 12 points in three years they become liable to be disqualified for at least six months unless there are mitigating… …   Law dictionary

  • totting-up — totting upˈ noun 1. Adding up 2. The cumulation of certain motoring offences, eventually resulting in disqualification • • • Main Entry: ↑tot …   Useful english dictionary

  • Totting — Tot Tot, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Totted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Totting}.] 1. To mark with the word tot ; as, a totted debt. See {Tot}, n. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 2. [Cf. {Total}.] To add; to count; to make up the sum of; to total; often with up. [Colloq …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • totting — present part of tot * * * tottˈing noun Retrieval of reusable or saleable objects from refuse • • • Main Entry: ↑tot * * * totting see tot n.5, v.1 and v.2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • totting — tÉ‘t /tÉ’t n. toddler, baby; glass of liquor v. add up, total …   English contemporary dictionary

  • totting — noun Brit. informal salvage saleable items from dustbins or rubbish heaps. → tot something up …   English new terms dictionary

  • totting-up — noun Brit. the accumulation of penalty points on a driving licence, a certain number in a fixed period leading to disqualification …   English new terms dictionary

  • Heinrich Totting von Oyta — (* ca. 1330 in Altenoythe; † 12. Mai 1397[1] in Wien) war ein bedeutender Theologe und Philosoph im 14. Jahrhundert. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben und Beruf 2 Einzelnachweise …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • tot — tot1 noun 1》 a very young child. 2》 chiefly Brit. a small drink of spirits. Origin C18 (orig. dialect): of unknown origin. tot2 verb (tots, totting, totted) (tot something up) chiefly Brit. 1》 add up numbers or amounts …   English new terms dictionary

  • tot — 1. n. 1 a small child (a tiny tot). 2 a dram of liquor. Etymology: 18th c., of dial. orig. 2. v. & n. v. (totted, totting) 1 tr. (usu. foll. by up) add (figures etc.). 2 intr. (foll. by up) (of items) mount up. n. Brit. archaic a set of figures… …   Useful english dictionary

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