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…A particular amount of money…

…The total amount resulting from the addition of two or more numbers, amounts, or items…

…a large sum of money…

…To sum up; in summary…

…Give a brief summary of something…

…A Chinese dish of small steamed or fried savory dumplings containing various fillings, served as a snack or main course…

…A small Chinese cabbage of a variety with mild-tasting leaves and small edible yellow flowers…

…A single payment made at a particular time, as opposed to a number of smaller payments or installments…

…Another term for sum2noun2noun2noun.…

…(Of a game or situation) in which whatever is gained by one side is lost by the other…

…A lump sum of money payable to an insured person or paid as an initial fee or investment…

…A set regarded formally as the sum of sets X 1,…,X n, consisting of ordered n-tuples (x 1,…,x n), where x i ∈ X i, and distinguished from a direct product only in the case of an infinite number of sets, the direct sum consisting only of sequences containing a finite number of non-zero elements.…

…The sum of the first n terms of a series consisting of more than n terms, where n is a finite integer (including 1).…

…A sum of the form Σf(y i)(x i − x i − 1), summed over all the points i of a set, which can be used to approximate the area under a curve or the value of an integral.…

…A game or situation in which the net benefits or gains available to the participants can increase.…

…(Of two or more amounts) add up to a specified total…

…Express a concise idea of the nature or character of a person or thing…

…To sum up; in summary…

…Give a brief summary of something…

…Express a concise idea of the nature or character of a person or thing…

…A small Chinese cabbage of a variety with mild-tasting leaves and small edible yellow flowers…

…A digit representing the sum of the correct digits in a piece of stored or transmitted digital data, against which later comparisons can be made to detect errors in the data…

…one reviewer summed it up as “compelling”…

…Used attributive with reference to various concepts related to a lens system designed by Petzval; specifically Petzval condition noun the condition for freedom from astigmatism of a compound lens, that the sum of the ratios of the power of each element to its refractive index be zero. Petzval lens noun a lens consisting of two widely spaced colour-corrected compound lenses whose negative elements are on the inner sides. Petzval sum noun a number representing the degree of curvature of the field of a compound lens, derived from the refractive indices and surface radii of its elements.…

…(Frequently in positive-sum game) designating such a game.…