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Definitions of SUM
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n. [Latin, French] The aggregate of two or more numbers, magnitudes, quantities, or particulars ; -a quantity of money or currency ; any amount indefinitely;-the principal heads or thoughts when viewed together; the amount ; the substance ; compendium ;-height; completion ;-a problem to be solved or example to be wrought in arithmetic.
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