# Sum

## Meanings and phrases

n.

- a quantity of money; sum of money; amount; amount of money
- a quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers; amount; total
- the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience; kernel; substance; core; center; centre; essence; gist; heart; heart and soul; inwardness; marrow; meat; nub; pith; nitty-gritty
- the final aggregate; summation; sum total
- the whole amount; total; totality; aggregate
- a set containing all and only the members of two or more given sets; union; join

v.

- be a summary of; summarize; summarise; sum up
- determine the sum of; total; tot; tot up; sum up; summate; tote up; add; add together; tally; add up

n.

- traditional Chinese cuisine; a variety of foods (including several kinds of steamed or fried dumplings) are served successively in small portions

- SF Beer Week included a dim sum beer brunch on February 11, 2017.
- Besides served as a dim sum along with tea, pastries are used for celebration of traditional festivals.
- Found in many Chinese and dim sum restaurants in Chinatown, this rare dish is not common in many Chinese restaurants elsewhere.

n.

- a union of two disjoint sets in which every element is the sum of an element from each of the disjoint sets

- A direct sum of finite cyclic groups is periodic.
- In this case, is called the internal direct sum of the .
- Additionally, the direct sum of binary matroids is binary.

n.

- a complete payment consisting of a single sum of money

- He eventually won the suit and received a lump sum.
- An advance is a lump sum paid in advance of publication.
- However, the full amount was not authorized in one lump sum.

n.

- capital as contrasted with the income derived from it; principal; corpus

n.

- a quantity of money; sum; amount; amount of money

- Reportedly she asked for a prohibitively large sum of money.
- Running fan-funded campaigns cost bands a large sum of money.
- She was allowed to depart after MSC paid an undisclosed sum of money.

n.

- the final aggregate; sum; summation

- ""Remedying ailments and illness is not the sum total of your existence.
- The sum total of donations received by this fund would exceed $1.4 million.
- After the lists had been completed, the number of citizens was counted up, and the sum total announced.

v.

- give a summary (of); summarize; summarise; resume
- be a summary of; summarize; summarise; sum
- determine the sum of; total; tot; tot up; sum; summate; tote up; add; add together; tally; add up

- To sum up the first chapter: "The gay critique of assimilation begins here.
- His message appeared to sum up the feelings that all three crewmen had from their vantage point in lunar orbit.
- To sum up, though the second half of "Raja Rani" moves along predictable lines, it's still a promising debut by Atlee".

n.

- (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; batch; deal; flock; good deal; great deal; hatful; heap; lot; mass; mess; mickle; mint; mountain; muckle; passel; peck; pile; plenty; pot; quite a little; raft; sight; slew; spate; stack; wad

n.

- a vector that is the sum of two or more other vectors; resultant

E.g.

- Reportedly she asked for a prohibitively large sum of money.
- Running fan-funded campaigns cost bands a large sum of money.
- The sale was in 1784 for 5.5 million francs, a very large sum.

E.g.

- The band quickly settled for an undisclosed sum.
- PPL paid an undisclosed sum over ten years.
- That suit ended with another settlement, for an undisclosed sum.

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- The total Grüneisen parameter is the sum of all γs.
- It aggregates (the sum of all activity) across "all" markets.
- The W candidates receiving the greatest net sum of all votes win.

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- (A considerable sum: £9,500 in 1946 is equivalent to £ today.)
- Hobart lost after spending a considerable sum to ensure his seat.
- In 1665, he was swindled out of the considerable sum of 5,000 guilders by a fraudulent alchemist.

E.g.

- Treloar won a $1,000 cash prize, a substantial sum at that time.
- In 1924, Shi Yuzhang () bought the body of the vessel for a substantial sum.
- King Abdullah II of Jordan also contributed a substantial sum to make the restoration possible.

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- A huge sum at the time and one that equates to £30 million at today's values.
- Solario was sold as a yearling for the huge sum of 47,000 guineas to a British syndicate.
- A huge sum had to be paid to Germany to end the war which provided the latter with even more capital.

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- A total sum of $8,000 was raised in the first year.
- The total sum loaned to EriTel was $23 million.
- When buying several items, the rounding is done for the total sum.

E.g.

- See also Lack-of-fit sum of squares.
- Laplace knew how to estimate a variance from a residual (rather than a total) sum of squares.
- A "Pythagorean field" is a field with Pythagoras number 1: that is, every sum of squares is already a square.