Meaning of SUMMING-UP in English


noun ( pl. summings-up )


a speech that the judge makes near the end of a trial in court, in which he or she reminds the jury about the evidence and the most important points in the case before the jury makes its decision


an occasion when sb states the main points of an argument, etc.

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