summed
Verb
- simple past tense and past participle of sum
summed
Variant of sum
noun
- an amount of money: a sum paid in reparation
- the whole amount; totality; aggregate: the sum of our experience
- the gist or a summary of something said, done, etc.: usually in
- the result obtained by adding numbers or quantities; total
- Old-fashioned a series of numbers to be added together, or any problem in arithmetic
- the limit of the sum of the first n terms of an infinite series as n grows indefinitely
- the set containing every element belonging to one or both of two original sets and no other elements
- in Boolean algebra, disjunction (sense )
- Archaic the highest degree; height; summit
- pl. sum
Origin of sum
Uzbek sŭm the basic monetary unit of Uzbekistan
Origin of sum
Middle English somme ; from Middle French ; from Classical Latin summa, feminine of summus, highest, superlative ; from base of super: see super-transitive verb
summed, summing- to determine the sum of by adding
- to summarize or review briefly; sum up
intransitive verb
to get, or come to, a total
sum Idioms
in sum
to put it briefly; in short
sum up
- to add up or collect into a whole or total
- to review briefly; summarize