cume


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cume

 (kyo͞om)
n. Informal
1.
a. The cumulative audience of a product or channel in broadcasting or advertising.
b. The cumulative gross income from the theatrical release of a movie.
2. The cumulative grade point average of a student.

[Short for cumulative.]
References in classic literature ?
The like happened at Cume, during the time of the democracy, which Thrasymachus destroyed; and whoever considers what has happened in other states may perceive the same revolutions to have arisen from the same causes.
But our audience numbers didn't grow as quickly as the population did, so our cume rating dropped.
The comScore Arbitron Online Radio Ratings service will provide customers with Average Quarter Hour and Cume audience estimates for 38 demographics and 15 standard broadcast dayparts.
5% population cume of A' million way above #3 iHeart CHR KKRZ (6.
73 million cume (16% of the total market) ahead of unscathed and steady iHeart Hot A/C KBIG (4.
2 for #1 share and #1 cume at 1 million, with the biggest swing +1.
6 million, up 2% over the previous weekend for a cume of $114.
0 ties for 3rd and skips to #1 cume, ahead of the rest by 244k.
Midwest Communications keeps the #1 share & #1 cume prize but SoftA/C WJXA drops 11.
4 million in its 14th frame, lifting its international cume to $776.
The All-iHeart All the Time market" again scoring the Top 4 share and Top 2 cume rankers.
In Gaul, the toon dropped just 3596, for a $3 million weekend take and a cume of $8.