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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.]
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