verb (used with object), summated, summating.
to add together; total; sum up.
[soo m-uh thee-uh-loj-i-kuh, suhm-uh] /ˈsʊm ə ˌθi əˈlɒdʒ ɪ kə, ˈsʌm ə/ noun 1. a philosophical and theological work (1265–74) by St. Thomas Aquinas, consisting of an exposition of Christian doctrine. Summa Theologica [(soom-uh thee-uh-loh-ji-kuh)] (1266–1273) The best-known work of Thomas Aquinas, in which he treats the whole of theology by careful analysis of arguments. […]
noun 1. the act or process of summing. 2. the result of this; an aggregate or total. 3. a review or recapitulation of previously stated facts or statements, often with a final conclusion or conclusions drawn from them. 4. Law. the final arguments of opposing attorneys before a case goes to the jury. 5. Physiology. […]
- Summation gallop
summation gallop n. A gallop characterized by the superimposition of abnormal third and fourth heart sounds, usually indicative of myocardial disease.
noun, Mathematics. 1. a method for associating a sum with a divergent series.