# sum+up

41

**sum**— 1 /sVm/ noun 1 MONEY (C) an amount of money: a large/small sum (of): Sid was left a large sum of money by his aunt. | for the sum of: It was mine for the sum of 20. see also: lump sum, princely sum princely (1) 2 the sum of the total produced… …42

**sum**— sum1 [ sʌm ] noun count *** 1. ) an amount of money: He was fined a sum of $1,000. a large/substantial/considerable/huge sum: Companies are prepared to pay substantial sums for the use of our facilities. a sum of money: We already spend large… …43

**sum**— I UK [sʌm] / US noun [countable] Word forms sum : singular sum plural sums *** 1) an amount of money He was fined a sum of £1,000. a large/substantial/considerable/huge sum: Companies are prepared to pay substantial sums for the use of our… …44

**šúm**— a m (ȗ) 1. neizraziti, nezveneči, med seboj pomešani glasovi: delati, povzročati šume; zaslišati šum; vznemiriti se zaradi vsakega šuma; glasen, pridušen, rahel, tih, zamolkel šum / brez šuma oditi iz sobe; s šumom pasti na tla // šumenje: šum… …45

**sum**— I. /sʌm / (say sum) noun 1. the aggregate of two or more numbers, magnitudes, quantities, or particulars as determined by mathematical process: the sum of 5 and 7 is 12. 2. a particular aggregate or total, especially with reference to money: the… …46

**súm**— a m (ȗ) na nepotrjenem dokazu temelječa misel a) da je kdo lahko v določeni zvezi s slabim, nedovoljenim dejanjem: sum je bil utemeljen; odvrniti sum od sebe; njegovo vedenje vzbuja sum; rahel sum; ekspr. v tem ni niti sence suma / sum leti,… …47

**sum**— [[t]sʌm[/t]] n. v. summed, sum•ming 1) math. the aggregate of two or more numbers, magnitudes, quantities, or particulars as determined by or as if by the mathematical process of addition: The sum of 6 and 8 is 14[/ex] 2) an amount or quantity,… …48

**sum**— sumless, adj. sumlessness, n. /sum/, n., v., summed, summing. n. 1. the aggregate of two or more numbers, magnitudes, quantities, or particulars as determined by or as if by the mathematical process of addition: The sum of 6 and 8 is 14. 2. a… …49

**sum**— 01. The [sum] of five plus five is ten. 02. My brother lost a large [sum] of money while travelling in Europe. 03. One of the gamblers had bet a significant [sum] at the blackjack table, and lost everything. 04. The [sum] of my work experience is …50

**sum up**— verb 1. give a summary (of) (Freq. 5) he summed up his results I will now summarize • Syn: ↑summarize, ↑summarise, ↑resume • Derivationally related forms …