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summing–up

noun sum·ming–up \ˌsə-miŋ-ˈəp\

: the act of telling information again using fewer words

law : a final speech made by a lawyer or judge in a court of law to give a summary of the arguments and evidence in a case

plural sum·mings–up \-miŋz-\

Full Definition of SUMMING-UP

:  the act or statement of one who sums up

First Known Use of SUMMING-UP

1658

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