Definition of 'summarize'
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Example sentences containing 'summarize'
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As a fishing companion was waiting below in a car, he requested Arvo to call in at his office at once and summarize his findings. TO HIS JUST DESSERTS (2000)Let me summarize, Dr Diane: the years that followed were unhappy. A MEANS TO EVIL (2000)I can't attempt to summarize eighty years in a few sentences, and I have a horror of turning into a windy old bore. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2000)
) Moving from the specific to the general, Ramses went on to summarize Abdullah's report on the summer at Dahshoor. LION IN THE VALLEY (2000)
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Translations for 'summarize'
British English: summarize /ˈsʌməˌraɪz/ VERB
If you summarize something, you give a brief description of its main points.
The article can be summarized in three sentences.
Table 3.1 summarizes the information given above.
- American English: summarize
- Arabic: يُلَخِّصُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: fazer um resumo
- Chinese: 总结
- Croatian: sažeti
- Czech: shrnout stručně
- Danish: sammenfatte
- Dutch: samenvatten
- European Spanish: resumir
- Finnish: esittää yhteenveto
- French: résumer
- German: zusammenfassen
- Greek: συνοψίζω
- Italian: riepilogare
- Japanese: 要約する
- Korean: 요약하다
- Norwegian: sammenfatte
- Polish: zreasumować
- European Portuguese: fazer um resumo
- Romanian: a rezuma
- Russian: суммировать
- Spanish: resumir
- Swedish: summera
- Thai: สรุป
- Turkish: özetlemek
- Ukrainian: підбивати підсумки
- Vietnamese: tóm tắt
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