sumar


sumar
v.
1 to add together (varias cantidades).
tres y cinco suman ocho three and five are o make eight
súmale diez add ten
María suma en la clase Mary adds in class.
2 to add.
súmale a eso todas las mentiras que nos ha dicho to that we also have to add all the lies he's told us
suma y sigue carried forward; (en contabilidad) here we go again! (informal figurative)
3 to come to.
4 to add up, to add, to add together, to sum.
Ellos sumaron los números They added up the numbers.
5 to be accumulated on.
Se me sumó el sobreprecio Overpricing was accumulated on me.
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sumar
verbo transitivo
1 MATEMÁTICAS to add, add up
2 (componer una cantidad) to total, amount to, come to
eso suma cincuenta euros it comes to fifty euros
3 (compendiar) to summarize, sum up
verbo pronominal sumarse
1 (unirse) to join (a, in)
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FRASEOLOGÍA
suma y sigue carried forward 2 figurado and that's not all
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verb
1) to add
2) total
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1. VT
1) (Mat) to add (together)

suma estas dos cantidades — add these two amounts (together)

2) (=totalizar) to add up to, come to

la cuenta suma seis dólares — the bill adds up o comes to six dollars

dos y dos suman cuatro — two and two are o make four

3) (=resumir) to summarize, sum up
2.
VI to add up

suma y sigue — (Contabilidad) carried forward

3.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <cantidades> to add (up)
b) (totalizar) to add up to

8 y 5 suman 13 — 8 and 5 add up to o make 13

2) (agregar) <apoyo/éxito/interés> to add
2.
sumar vi to add up

suma y sigue — (a pie de página) balance carried forward

3.
sumarse v pron
a) (agregarse)

sumarse A algo: esto se suma a los problemas ya existentes this comes on top of o is in addition to any already existing problems; a su falta de experiencia se suma su poca habilidad — he lacks both experience and ability

b) (adherirse)

sumarse A algo — (a protesta, celebración) to join something

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= sum, tot up, tote up.
Ex. These scores were summed to obtain a research performance score for each department over the period of assessment.
Ex. Babies cry for an average of five hours a day for the first three months and tot up 51 days in their first year, according to survey.
Ex. When you tote up the carbon emissions caused by clearing land to grow corn, fertilizing it and transporting it, corn ethanol leaves twice the carbon footprint as gasoline.
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* máquina de sumar = adding machine.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <cantidades> to add (up)
b) (totalizar) to add up to

8 y 5 suman 13 — 8 and 5 add up to o make 13

2) (agregar) <apoyo/éxito/interés> to add
2.
sumar vi to add up

suma y sigue — (a pie de página) balance carried forward

3.
sumarse v pron
a) (agregarse)

sumarse A algo: esto se suma a los problemas ya existentes this comes on top of o is in addition to any already existing problems; a su falta de experiencia se suma su poca habilidad — he lacks both experience and ability

b) (adherirse)

sumarse A algo — (a protesta, celebración) to join something

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= sum, tot up, tote up.

Ex: These scores were summed to obtain a research performance score for each department over the period of assessment.

Ex: Babies cry for an average of five hours a day for the first three months and tot up 51 days in their first year, according to survey.
Ex: When you tote up the carbon emissions caused by clearing land to grow corn, fertilizing it and transporting it, corn ethanol leaves twice the carbon footprint as gasoline.
* máquina de sumar = adding machine.

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sumar [A1 ]
vt
A
1 ‹cantidades› to add up, add
2 (totalizar) to add up to
18 y 15 suman 33 18 and 15 add up to o make 33
¿cuánto suman esas transacciones? how much do those dealings add up to o come to?
B (agregar) to add
sumaron su voz a la protesta they added their voices to the protest
■ sumar
vi
to add up
suma y sigue (a pie de página) balance carried forward
es la tercera vez este año ¡suma y sigue! it's the third time this year, and no doubt it'll happen again o and so it goes on
sumarse
v pron
1 (agregarse) sumarse A algo:
esto se suma a los problemas ya existentes this comes on top of o is in addition to the problems which already exist
a su falta de conocimientos se suma un total desinterés por la materia in addition to his lack of knowledge he displays no interest whatsoever in the subject
2 (adherirse) sumarse A algo to join sth
decidieron sumarse a los trabajadores en huelga they decided to come out with o join the striking workers
un nuevo cantante acaba de sumarse al grupo a new singer has just joined the group
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sumar (conjugate sumar) verbo transitivo
a)cantidadesto add (up)

b) (totalizar) to add up to;

8 y 5 suman 13 8 and 5 add up to o make 13

verbo intransitivo
to add up
sumarse verbo pronominal
a) (agregarse) sumarse A algo:

esto se suma a los problemas ya existentes this comes on top of o is in addition to any already existing problems

b) (adherirse) sumarse A algo ‹a protesta/celebraciónto join sth

sumar verbo transitivo
1 Mat to add (up): seis y dos suman ocho, six and o plus two add up to o make eight
2 (la cuenta, la factura) la factura suma tres mil pesetas, the bill comes to three thousand pesetas
3 (añadir, incorporar) si al terremoto sumas las inundaciones, el desastre fue total, the earthquake, taken in conjunction with the flooding, meant total disaster
¿Cómo se dice 2 + 3 = 5?
Two and three is/equals five.
Two plus three is/equals five.
What's two and three?

'sumar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
adición
- añadir
- hacer
- más
- suma
- ir
- ser
English:
add
- add up
- add up to
- addition
- fraction
- make
- sum
- tot up
- total
- tot
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sumar
vt
1. [varias cantidades] to add together;
súmale diez add ten
2. [dar como resultado] to add up to, to make;
tres y cinco suman ocho three and five make o are eight
3. [añadir] to add;
súmale a eso todas las mentiras que nos ha dicho to that we also have to add all the lies he's told us;
suma y sigue [en contabilidad] carried forward;
Fam here we go again!
4. [costar] to come to
See also the pronominal verb sumarse
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sumar
I v/t add;
5 y 6 suman 11 5 and 6 make 11
II v/i add up
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sumar vt
1) : to add, to add up
2) : to add up to, to total
sumar vi
: to add up
See also the reflexive verb sumarse
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sumar vb to add up
diez y tres suman trece ten and three are thirteen

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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