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summers

adverb sum·mers \ˈsə-mərz\

Definition of SUMMERS

:  during the summers <worked summers as a waiter>

First Known Use of SUMMERS

1907

Summers

biographical name Sum·mers \ˈsə-mərz\

Definition of SUMMERS

Lawrence Henry 1954– Am. econ. & educ.; United States secy. of the treasury (1999–2001)

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