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summing is sum's Present Participle

sum

US [sʌm]
UK [sʌm]
  • n.和;总和;金额;总数
  • v.总结;合计;总计(into, to)
  • abbr.(=surface-to-underwater missile)舰对水下导弹[飞弹]
  • Web求和;相加;叠加
Plural Form:sums  Past Tense:summed  Present Participle:summing  
summing
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n.
1.
[c]
~ (of sth)
金额;款项an amount of money
You will be fined the sum of £200.
你将被罚款 200 英镑。
a large sum of money
一大笔钱
a six-figure sum
一笔六位数的款项
2.
[c][ususing]
~ (of sth)
和;总和;总数the number you get when you add two or more numbers together
The sum of 7 and 12 is 19.
7 加 12 的和是 19。
3.
[sing]
the ~ of sth
全部,一切(尤指数量不大)all of sth, especially when you think that it is not very much
This is the sum of my achievements so far.
这就是我目前的全部成就。
4.
[c]
算术;(数字的)简单计算a simple problem that involves calculating numbers
to do a sum in your head
做心算
I was good at sums at school.
我上学时擅长算术。
If I've got my sums right, I should be able to afford the rent.
要是我算对了的话,我应该负担得起这笔租金。
IDM
be greater/more than the sum of its parts
个体相加不如集体的力量大to be better or more effective as a group than you would think just by looking at the individual members of the group
in sum
总之;总而言之used to introduce a short statement of the main points of a discussion, speech, etc.
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