[ suhm-eyt ]
/ ˈsʌm eɪt /
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verb (used with object), sum·mat·ed, sum·mat·ing.
to add together; total; sum up.
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Origin of summate
First recorded in 1895–1900; back formation from summation
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Example sentences from the Web for summate
They accumulate in time, finally they summate, and exercise their influence even at the beginning of the service.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross