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1cum

conjunction \ˈkm, ˈkəm\

—used in hyphenated phrases to link nouns that describe a person or thing with two jobs, uses, etc.

Full Definition of CUM

:  along with being :  and —used to form usually hyphenated phrases <a credible mining camp elder-cum-publican — G. B. Shaw> <Christian and Christian-cum-voodoo churches — David Binder>

Origin of CUM

Latin, with; akin to Latin com- — more at co-
First Known Use: circa 1869

2cum

abbreviation

Definition of CUM

cumulative

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stringent Hear it
rigorous, strict, or severe
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