somar

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Soma (sum; addition) +‎ -ar, from Latin summa, feminine of summus (highest).

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somar (first-person singular present indicative somo, past participle somado)

  1. to sum (to add together)
  2. (arithmetic) to add (to perform addition)
  3. to have the quantity specified by the grammatical object as the total amount of the subject
    A audiência soma mil pessoas.
    There are a thousand people in the audience.

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