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sum·ming-up

(sŭm′ĭng-ŭp′)
n. pl. sum·mings-up (sŭm′ĭngz-)
A summary, often including an assessment.

summing-up

n
1. a review or summary of the main points of an argument, speech, etc
2. (Law) a direction regarding the law and a summary of the evidence, given by a judge in his address to the jury before they retire to consider their verdict

sum′ming-up′



n., pl. sum•mings-up.
a concluding summation or statement reviewing the basic ideas or principles of an argument, explanation, testimony, etc.
[1780–90]
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summing-up

noun
A condensation of the essential or main points of something:
Informal: recap.
Translations

summing-up

[ˈsʌmɪŋˈʌp] N (Jur) → resumen m

summing-up

n (Jur) → Resümee nt

summing-up

[ˌsʌmɪŋˈʌp] n (Law) → ricapitolazione f del processo (fatta dal giudice alla giuria)
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Summing-up Date and time (local time): 03.03.2016 10:00
Faithfull deserves a deeper and more reflective summing-up. For that, the reader should turn to her music.