[ suhm-uh-rahyz ]
/ ˈsʌm əˌraɪz /
verb (used with object), sum·ma·rized, sum·ma·riz·ing.
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definition, sketch, confession, picture, narration, explanation, detail, summary, depiction, information, version, tale, statement, narrative, report, portrayal, story, characterization, rundown, yarn
- summary court-martial,
- summary judgment,
- summary offence,
- summary proceeding
Also especially British, sum·ma·rise.
Origin of summarize
sum·ma·riz·a·ble, adjectivesum·ma·ri·za·tion, nounsum·ma·riz·er, sum·mar·ist, nounun·sum·ma·riz·a·ble, adjective
un·sum·ma·rized, adjectivewell-sum·ma·rized, adjective
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Examples from the Web for summarization
They swept through a summarization of the Nucleus as a whole during that critical period.Cubs of the Wolf|Raymond F. Jones
/ (ˈsʌməˌraɪz) /
(tr) to make or be a summary of; express concisely
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