verb (used with object), sum·mat·ed, sum·mat·ing.
to add together; total; sum up.
Origin of summate
First recorded in 1895–1900; back formation from summation
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Historical Examples of summate
They accumulate in time, finally they summate, and exercise their influence even at the beginning of the service.Criminal Psychology
1900, Modern Latin summatus, past participle of summare "to sum" (see summation). Related: Summated; summating.
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