- (BrE also -ise) verbADVERB▪ briefly, succinctly▪ accurately▪ aptly, best, conveniently, neatly, nicely, usefully, well▪
The research has been usefully summarized in an article by Greenwood.▪ easilyVERB + SUMMARIZE▪ attempt to, try to▪ be possible to▪ be difficult to, be hard toPREPOSITION▪ as▪
The results of the survey can be summarized as follows …▪ in▪
The costs are summarized in Table 5.
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summarize — UK US (UK also summarise) /ˈsʌməraɪz/ verb [I or T] ► to state in a few words the main ideas or facts in a report, discussion, etc.: »Results of the analysis are summarized in Table 14.2. summarize findings/information/developments »Chapter 9… … Financial and business terms
Summarize — Sum ma*rize, v. t. To comprise in, or reduce to, a summary; to present briefly. Chambers. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
summarize — index abridge (shorten), condense, extract, lessen, recapitulate, recount, repeat (state again) … Law dictionary
summarize — 1871, from SUMMARY (Cf. summary) + IZE (Cf. ize). Related: Summarized; summarizing … Etymology dictionary
summarize — (Amer.) sumÂ·maÂ·rize || sÊŒmÉ™raÉªz v. present in a condensed form, list the main points in a brief and comprehensive manner, sum up; be a summary of (also summarise) … English contemporary dictionary
summarize — [v] give a rundown abridge, abstract, boil down*, cipher, compile, condense, cut, cut back, cut down, digest, encapsulate, epitomize, get to meat*, give main points, inventory, outline, pare, précis, prune*, put in a nutshell*, recap*,… … New thesaurus
summarize — [sum′ə rīz΄] vt. summarized, summarizing 1. to make a summary of; state briefly 2. to be a summary of summarization n. summarizer n … English World dictionary
summarize — sum|mar|ize also summarise BrE [ˈsʌməraız] v [I and T] to make a short statement giving only the main information and not the details of a plan, event, report etc = ↑sum up ▪ The authors summarize their views in the introduction. to summarize ▪… … Dictionary of contemporary English
summarize — v. (D; tr.) to summarize for (she summarized the plot for the class) * * * [ sʌməraɪz] (D; tr.) to summarize for (she summarized the plot for the class) … Combinatory dictionary
summarize */ — UK [ˈsʌməraɪz] / US [ˈsʌməˌraɪz] verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms summarize : present tense I/you/we/they summarize he/she/it summarizes present participle summarizing past tense summarized past participle summarized to provide a short… … English dictionary