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addend a number or amount added to another or others to form a sum.
aggregate a sum, combination, or composite of separable elements. [2/6 definitions]
allowance a sum of money given regularly or allotted for special expenses. [1/3 definitions]
amount the sum of two or more quantities; total. [1/4 definitions]
amt. abbreviation of "amount," the sum of two or more quantities; total.
arithmetic mean the sum of a series of quantities divided by the number of quantities; average.
average obtained by determining the arithmetic mean, in which the sum of the quantities is divided by the total number of quantities. [1/9 definitions]
background the sum of a person's experience, education, and origins, esp. as they relate to his present character or situation. [1/5 definitions]
benefit an object, service, or sum of money that enhances well-being; aid. [1/5 definitions]
CD2 abbreviation of "certificate of deposit," a document issued by a savings institution stating that the named person has a specified sum of money on deposit.
certificate of deposit a document issued by a savings institution stating that the named person has a specified sum of money on deposit.
circumstance the sum of factors beyond our control; fate. [1/6 definitions]
commission a sum of money given to an agent or salesperson for services. [1/9 definitions]
complementary angles two angles whose sum totals ninety degrees.
consciousness the sum of the attitudes and feelings of an individual or of a group of people. [1/3 definitions]
cost-plus the sum of the actual costs of manufacture and a previously fixed profit. [1/2 definitions]
credit to enter in a person's account as a credit, or sum of money. [1/12 definitions]
culture the sum of the language, customs, beliefs, and art considered characteristic of a particular group of people. [1/8 definitions]
debit in double-entry bookkeeping, the left-hand side of an accounts ledger, or any entry or sum recorded on the left-hand side. (Cf. credit.) [1/5 definitions]
deduct to subtract (an amount or a part) from another amount or sum. [1/3 definitions]
discount to find the present value of (a sum to be paid or collected in the future). [1/11 definitions]