Definition of summational in English:


Pronunciation /-SHənl/


See summation

‘If you change the relationships of the length of the waves, the summational pattern will likewise change.’
  • ‘The stories of the latter part of the book of Genesis are told in a very summational fashion in early Exodus.’
  • ‘Instead, he pares down, offering a summational album, his most relaxed and unforced in years.’
  • ‘An agency completes an evaluation of the student as a part of this summational evaluation.’
  • ‘The frequency of the difference tone is the difference between the frequencies of the two original pitches; the frequency of the summational tone is the sum of the frequencies of the original tones.’