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''(Air Traffic Control): Speedbird 123, New York, traffic at two o’clock, seven miles, a Boeing 737, west-bound, at 4000 feet.''
''(Pilot): New York, Speedbird 123, tally.''
One of two books, sheets of paper, etc., on which corresponding accounts were kept.
Any account or score kept by notches or marks, whether on wood or paper, or in a book, especially one kept in duplicate.
(circa) (w), ''Don Sebastian'', Act V, scene 1:
- So paired, so suited in their minds and persons,
- That they were framed the tallies for each other.
A notch, mark, or score made on or in a tally; as, to make or earn a score or tally in a game.
A ribbon on a sailor's cap bearing the name of the ship or the (part of) the navy to which they belong.
To count something.
To mathematically calculate a numeric result.
To record something by making marks.
(quote-book)|chapter=Letter IV. From Dr. Swift to Mr. Pope. August 30, 1716|others=with notes by Joseph Warton|page=11|passage=I am sorry to find they are not so well tallied to the present juncture as I could wish.
To correspond or agree.
(circa) (w), (w), Act II, scene ii:
- And you, Lodovick, / That stand so tally on your reputation, / You shall be he shall speak it.