to sum up
- samenvatten, recapituleren, resumeren
- give a summary (of)
- Please sum up your idea.
- Sum up the passage within 200 words.
- He entered up the sum in his account book.
- I want to sum up this passage for you.
- The purpose of a conclusion is to sum up the main points of the essay.
- To sum up, we can say that his new novel is disappointing.
- In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life — It goes on.
- The money that Chris has not paid back adds up to a large sum.
- Armenians and Jews sum up to more than 7 million deaths simply because they are different.
- Asked about her job, she said, "My job is too complicated to sum up in a word."
- If you sum up feminist counselling in a few words, I suppose it would be counselling done from a woman's standpoint.
- If one is to save up the chicken feed every day, it will amount to a very substantial sum in a year.
- The particulate mass Mf is the sum of the particulate masses collected on the primary and back-up filters.
- The President may speak in a debate only to sum up or to call speakers to order.
- The representative samples shall be made up of the sum of the individual samples, divided by three.