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summa cum laude
adverb , adjective , chiefly US said of a degree, a distinction in an exam, etc: of the highest standard She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Tennessee .
[Early 20c: Latin, meaning -with highest praise-]


summarize pronunciación or summarise
verb (summarized , summarizing ) to make, present or be a summary of something; to state it concisely.
[19c]
summarizer noun .


summary pronunciación
noun (summaries ) a short account that outlines or picks out the main points.
adjective
1 done or performed quickly and without the usual attention to details or formalities.
2 law relating to the legal proceedings of a magistrates' court or, in Scotland, a sheriff court and so relatively informal.
[15c: from Latin summarius summary]
summarily adverb The case was summarily dismissed .
summariness noun .


summary offence
noun , law a common-law offence, eg a driving offence, petty theft, common assault and battery, that is considered minor enough to be tried in a magistrates' court or, in Scotland, a sheriff court rather than in the Crown Court before a jury. Compare indictable offence.


summation
noun
1 the process of finding the sum; addition.
2 a summary or summing-up.
[18c: from Latin summare , summatum to sum up]
summational or summative adjective .


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