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A (binary) relation on a set is total if any two elements that are related in one order or the other:
In the language of the -poset-with-duals Rel of sets and relations, a relation is total if its intersection with its reverse is the universal relation:
Of course, this containment is in fact an equality.
A total relation is necessarily reflexive.
Note that an entire relation is sometimes called ‘total’, but these are unrelated concepts. The ‘total’ there is in the sense of a total (as opposed to partial) function, while the ‘total’ here is in the sense of total (as opposed to partial) order.