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summarize

verb [I or T] ( UK also summarise)
 
 
/ˈsʌməraɪz/
to state in a few words the main ideas or facts in a report, discussion, etc.: Results of the analysis are summarized in Table 14.2.summarize findings/information/developments Chapter 9 summarizes developments in e-commerce over the past five years.
FINANCE, ACCOUNTING to give a list of the different amounts that have been spent and received, for example, on a bank statement: You will receive quarterly statements of your account summarizing all transactions during the period.
Translations of “summarize”
in Korean 요약하다…
in Arabic يُلخّص…
in Portuguese resumir…
in Catalan resumir…
in Japanese ~を要約する, (複雑な話を)簡単にまとめる…
in Italian riassumere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 總結,概述,概括…
in Russian суммировать, резюмировать…
in Turkish özetlemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 总结,概述,概括…
in Polish podsumować…
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