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summing-up
American English: /ˌsəmɪŋˈəp/

Translation of summing-up in Spanish:

noun plural summings-up

  • Example sentences
    • Ali offers an objective summing-up of the life of one of South Africa's greatest icons, and therein lies its credibility.
    • Say how far you consider this a fair summing-up of The Clerk's Tale.
    • What intrigued me was the contrast in the entries for Agatha Christie and Dorothy L.Sayers, who of course were two of the period's most celebrated crime writers, especially the summing-up.

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