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v. sum·ma·ted, sum·ma·ting, sum·mates
To sum up: summate a legal argument.
To form or constitute a cumulative effect.
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1. (intr) to come together
2. (tr) to add together, unite
3. (tr) to summarize
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v.t. -mat•ed, -mat•ing.
to add together; total; sum up.
[1895–1900; back formation from summation]
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|Verb||1.||summate - determine the sum of; "Add all the people in this town to those of the neighboring town"|
|2.||summate - form or constitute a cumulative effect|
combine - join for a common purpose or in a common action; "These forces combined with others"
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