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sum British & World English

A particular amount of money

sum English Thesaurus

a large sum of money

the sum of in sum British & World English

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

sum up British & World English

Give a brief summary

dim sum British & World English

A Chinese dish of small steamed or fried savoury dumplings containing various fillings

dim sum New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Chinese dish of small savoury dumplings

choi sum British & World English

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

lump sum British & World English

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

sum total British & World English

Another term for sum2noun2noun2noun.

zero-sum British & World English

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

capital sum British & World English

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

cogito, ergo sum New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

I think, therefore I am (said by Descartes)

sum someone/thing up British & World English

Concisely describe of the nature or character of someone or something

sum up in sum British & World English

Give a brief summary

sum someone/thing up in sum British & World English

Concisely describe of the nature or character of someone or something

choy sum in choi sum British & World English

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

checksum British & World English

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

in sum in sum English Thesaurus

decentralization, in sum, has profound implications for power relations

sum up in sum English Thesaurus

he was summing up on day two of a historic test case

sum someone/something up in sum English Thesaurus

one reviewer summed it up as ‘the most compelling performance recorded in the past few years’


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