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Would you tell if it is correct and natural to say what's the combinened length of something when you want to know the total length of something? For example:

You said that one pallet measures 4 feet in length. Could you tell me what is the combined length of all the pallets?

If that's not natural, would you tell me what you would say?

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  • I'm leaving this question open because it's about something specific, not just asking for proofreading or rephrasing.
    – gotube
    Dec 20, 2021 at 3:19

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That can work but it would be more natural to use the other word you mentioned: total.

You said that one pallet measures 4 feet in length. Could you tell me the total length of all the pallets?

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