[ UK /ˈænjuːəl/ ]
[ US /ˈænjuəɫ/ ]
[ US /ˈænjuəɫ/ ]
- (botany) a plant that completes its entire life cycle within the space of a year
- a reference book that is published regularly once every year
completing its life cycle within a year
a border of annual flowering plants
occurring or payable every year
an annual trip to Paris
annual (or yearly) income
yearly medical examinations
How To Use annual In A Sentence
- A section of a branch of birch or willow from the north only a couple of inches in diameter will show one or two hundred annual rings. Factors Affecting Development of Canada's North
- There's nothing you can do to change the little ones' minds about the gewgaws and gimcracks they expect to find beneath the tree - or to stop your in-laws' annual onslaught, for that matter.
- I use long lengths of floating row cover, anchored with bricks and stones, on annual and perennial beds.
- The dean promptly caved and told us that our party was now being called the ‘Annual’ party
- Christopher Rees is another self-taught value investor but runs a concentrated portfolio of only ten stocks; his average annual return for the last decade is 24%. Tap Your Inner Buffett
- The restriction of annual export quota is deleted.
- She added that the annual Halloween celebrations will see bonfires on the area, only making things worse than they already are.
- The scheme requires about 5,000 large organisations to report annually on their energy use and to buy carbon allowances in line with their carbon footprints. Computing
- More than 30 elaborate scarecrows are peering from hedgerows, fields and chimney pots, as part of the annual scarecrow competition.
- At that price an annual payment of ￡10 would be equivalent to a 20 percent rate of interest.