- summation (n.)
- 1760, "process of calculating a sum," from Modern Latin summationem (nominative summatio) "an adding up," noun of action from Late Latin summatus, past participle of summare "to sum up," from Latin summa (see sum (n.)). Meaning "a summing up" is from 1836.
- 1. What he said was a fair summation of the discussion.
- 2. The defense attorney phrased his summation at last.
- 3. Her introduction is a model of fairness, a lively summation of Irish history.
- 4. The electrostatic summation must be evaluated for an explicIt'set of ion position.
- 5. The exhibition was a summation of his life's work.
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