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year·ly

 (yîr′lē)
adj.
Occurring once a year or every year.
adv.
Once a year; annually.
n. pl. year·lies
A publication issued once a year.

yearly

(ˈjɪəlɪ)
adj
1. occurring, done, appearing, etc, once a year or every year; annual
2. lasting or valid for a year; annual: a yearly subscription.
adv
once a year; annually
n, pl -lies
a publication, event, etc, that occurs once a year

year•ly

(ˈyɪər li)

adj., adv., n., pl. -lies. adj.
1. done, occurring, appearing, etc., once each year.
2. computed or determined by the year: yearly interest.
3. pertaining to a year or to each year.
adv.
4. once a year; annually.
n.
5. a publication issued once a year.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.yearly - a reference book that is published regularly once every yearyearly - a reference book that is published regularly once every year
book of facts, reference book, reference work, reference - a book to which you can refer for authoritative facts; "he contributed articles to the basic reference work on that topic"
almanac - an annual publication containing tabular information in a particular field or fields arranged according to the calendar of a given year
almanac, farmer's calendar - an annual publication including weather forecasts and other miscellaneous information arranged according to the calendar of a given year
ephemeris - an annual publication containing astronomical tables that give the positions of the celestial bodies throughout the year; "today computers calculate the ephemerides"
Adj.1.yearly - occurring or payable every yearyearly - occurring or payable every year; "an annual trip to Paris"; "yearly medical examinations"; "annual (or yearly) income"
periodic, periodical - happening or recurring at regular intervals; "the periodic appearance of the seventeen-year locust"
Adv.1.yearly - without missing a yearyearly - without missing a year; "they travel to China annually"

yearly

adjective
1. annual, each year, every year, once a year a yearly meeting
adverb
1. annually, every year, by the year, once a year, per annum interest is paid yearly
Translations
سَنَويسَنَوِيّسَنَوِيّاًكُل سَنَه، سَنَويا
každoročněkaždoročníroční
årligårligt
vuosittainvuosittainenjokavuotinen
godišnjisvake godine
évenkéntévenkéntiéventeévi
árlegurárvissárvisstárlegárlega
年に一度年に一度の
연례해마다
leten
årligvarje år
ประจำปีปีละครั้ง
her yılyılda biryılda bir olanyıllık
hàng năm

yearly

[ˈjɪəlɪ]
A. ADJanual
yearly paymentanualidad f
B. ADVanualmente, cada año
(once) yearlyuna vez al año

yearly

[ˈjɪərli]
adj
(= happening once a year or every year) [meeting, summit, elections] → annuel(le)
on a yearly basis → chaque année
twice yearly adj [newsletter, trip, summit] → semestriel(le)
(= for one year) [budget, income, profits, sales] → annuel(le)
advannuellement
twice yearly adv [meet, go] → deux fois par an

yearly

adjjährlich
advjährlich, einmal im Jahr; (= per year)jährlich; twice yearlyzweimal jährlich or im Jahr

yearly

[ˈjɪəlɪ]
1. adjannuale
twice-yearly → semestrale
2. advannualmente
three times yearly → tre volte all'anno

year

(jiə) noun
1. the period of time the earth takes to go once round the sun, about 365 days. We lived here for five years, from November 1968 to November 1973; a two-year delay.
2. the period from January 1 to December 31, being 365 days, except in a leap year, when it is 366 days. in the year 1945.
ˈyearly adjective
happening etc every year. We pay a yearly visit to my uncle.
adverb
every year. The festival is held yearly.
ˈyear-book noun
a book of information which is updated and published every year. a students' year-book.
all (the) year round/long etc
throughout the whole year. The weather is so good here that we can swim all (the) year round.

yearly

سَنَوِيّ, سَنَوِيّاً každoročně, roční årlig, årligt jährlich ετήσιος, ετησίως anual, anualmente vuosittain, vuosittainen annuel, annuellement godišnji, svake godine annuale, annualmente 年に一度, 年に一度の 연례, 해마다 jaarlijks årlig corocznie, coroczny anual, anualmente годовой, ежегодно varje år ประจำปี, ปีละครั้ง her yıl, yıllık hàng năm 每年, 每年的

yearly

adj anual; adv anualmente
References in classic literature ?
There were a great many holidays at Plumfield, and one of the most delightful was the yearly apple-picking.
He was a native of Connecticut, a State which supplies the Union with pioneers for the mind as well as for the forest, and sends forth yearly its legions of frontier woodmen and country schoolmasters.
And lastly, how comes it that we whalemen of America now outnumber all the rest of the banded whalemen in the world; sail a navy of upwards of seven hundred vessels; manned by eighteen thousand men; yearly consuming 00824,000,000 of dollars; the ships worth, at the time of sailing, 20,000,000 dollars; and every year importing into our harbors a well reaped harvest of 00847,000,000 dollars.
Here, too, the slaves of all the other farms received their monthly allowance of food, and their yearly clothing.
Dashwood, "to have those kind of yearly drains on one's income.
Though he had set aside yearly a portion of his income for my young lady's fortune, he had a natural desire that she might retain - or at least return in a short time to - the house of her ancestors; and he considered her only prospect of doing that was by a union with his heir; he had no idea that the latter was failing almost as fast as himself; nor had any one, I believe: no doctor visited the Heights, and no one saw Master Heathcliff to make report of his condition among us.
His inventory includes, not only the chattels and effects of every description belonging to the undersigned, as yearly tenant of this habitation, but also those appertaining to Mr.
THAMMUZ came next behind, Whose annual wound in LEBANON allur'd The SYRIAN Damsels to lament his fate In amorous dittyes all a Summers day, While smooth ADONIS from his native Rock Ran purple to the Sea, suppos'd with blood Of THAMMUZ yearly wounded: the Love-tale Infected SIONS daughters with like heat, Whose wanton passions in the sacred Porch EZEKIEL saw, when by the Vision led His eye survay'd the dark Idolatries Of alienated JUDAH.
So the knight and the squire were both left in the mire, There for to sing their roundelay; For a yeoman of Kent, with his yearly rent, There never was a widow could say him nay.
As the palace of the new king, or rather of the Princess Badoura, overlooked the harbour, she saw the ship entering it and asked what vessel it was coming in so gaily decked with flags, and was told that it was a ship from the Island of the Idolaters which yearly brought rich merchandise.
Then the ship's crew returned home, and the same thing happened yearly until many years had passed.
Under the prevailing flat-rate plan of payment, all customers paid the same yearly price and then used their telephones as often as they pleased.