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Translation of "summary" - English-Spanish dictionary

summary

noun   /ˈsʌm·ər·i/ ( plural summaries)
a short description that gives the main facts or ideas about something resumen He gave a brief summary of what happened.
(Definition of summary from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

summary

noun /ˈsaməri/ ( plural summaries)
a shortened form of a statement, story etc giving only the main points resumen A summary of his speech was printed in the newspaper.
summarize verb ( (also summariseBritish))
to make a summary of resumir He summarized the arguments.
(Definition of summary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “summary”
in Korean 요약…
in Arabic مُلخّص…
in Malaysian ringkasan…
in French résumé…
in Russian краткое изложение…
in Chinese (Traditional) 總結,概要,摘要…
in Italian riassunto…
in Turkish özet, hülasa…
in Polish skrót, streszczenie…
in Vietnamese bản tóm tắt…
in Portuguese resumo…
in Thai ใจความสรุป…
in German die Zusammenfassung…
in Catalan resum…
in Japanese 要約, 概要…
in Chinese (Simplified) 总结,概要,摘要…
in Indonesian ringkasan…
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