
Mathematics An amount obtained as a result of adding numbers.
(noun)

Mathematics An arithmetic problem: a child good at sums.
(noun)

The whole amount, quantity, or number; an aggregate: the sum of the team's combined experience.
(noun)

An amount of money: paid an enormous sum.
(noun)

A summary: my view of the world, in sum.
(noun)

The result of the addition of numbers, quantities, objects, etc
(noun)
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The cardinality of the union of disjoint sets whose cardinalities are the given numbers
(noun)

One or more columns or rows of numbers to be added, subtracted, multiplied, or divided
(noun)

The limit of a series of sums of the first n terms of a converging infinite series as n tends to infinity
(noun)

A quantity, esp of money
(noun)

The essence or gist of a matter (esp in the phrases in sum, in sum and substance)
(noun)

The summit or maximum
(noun)

Complete or final (esp in the phrase sum total)
(noun)

To add or form a total of (something)
(verb)

To calculate the sum of (the terms in a sequence)
(verb)
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