# sum+total

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**sum up**— verb 1. give a summary (of) (Freq. 5) he summed up his results I will now summarize • Syn: ↑summarize, ↑summarise, ↑resume • Derivationally related forms …32

**sum**— noun 1》 a particular amount of money. 2》 (the sum of) the total amount resulting from the addition of two or more numbers or amounts. ↘the total amount of something that exists. 3》 an arithmetical problem, especially at an elementary level.… …33

**sum**— 1 /sVm/ noun 1 MONEY (C) an amount of money: a large/small sum (of): Sid was left a large sum of money by his aunt. | for the sum of: It was mine for the sum of 20. see also: lump sum, princely sum princely (1) 2 the sum of the total produced… …34

**sum**— n. & v. n. 1 the total amount resulting from the addition of two or more items, facts, ideas, feelings, etc. (the sum of two and three is five; the sum of their objections is this). 2 a particular amount of money (paid a large sum for it). 3 a an …35

**total**— {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ annual, daily, monthly ▪ current ▪ combined, cumulative, grand, overall …36

**sum**— Synonyms and related words: account, add, add up, addend, affective meaning, aggregate, all, amount, amount of money, amplitude, batch, be all and end all, bearing, body, box score, budget, bulk, bunch, cast, cast up, chunk, cipher up, clutch,… …37

**sum**— noun 1) a large sum of money Syn: amount, quantity, price, charge, fee, cost 2) the sum of two numbers Syn: total, sum total, grand total, tally 3) …38

**sum**— noun 1) a large sum of money Syn: amount, quantity, volume 2) just a small sum Syn: amount of money, price, charge, fee, cost 3) the sum of two numbers Syn …39

**total**— I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. complete, entire, utter, absolute, whole. n. sum, amount, aggregate, quantity, whole. v. t. add, reckon, tot up; amount to; constitute; slang, wreck, destroy. See numeration. II (Roget s IV) modif.… …40

**sum**— 1. noun /sʌm/ a) A quantity obtained by addition or aggregation. The sum of 3 and 4 is 7. b) An arithmetic computation, especially one posed to a student as an exercise (not necessarily limited to addition.) a tidy sum …