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an·nu·i·ty

 (ə-no͞o′ĭ-tē, ə-nyo͞o′-)
n. pl. an·nu·i·ties
1.
a. The annual payment of an allowance or income.
b. The right to receive this payment or the obligation to make this payment.
2. A contract or agreement by which one receives fixed payments on an investment for a lifetime or for a specified number of years.

[Middle English annuite, from Anglo-Norman, from Medieval Latin annuitās, from Latin annuus, yearly, from annus, year; see at- in Indo-European roots.]
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annuity

(əˈnjuːɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. (Banking & Finance) a fixed sum payable at specified intervals, esp annually, over a period, such as the recipient's life, or in perpetuity, in return for a premium paid either in instalments or in a single payment
2. (Banking & Finance) the right to receive or the duty to pay such a sum
[C15: from French annuité, from Medieval Latin annuitās, from Latin annuus annual]
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an•nu•i•ty

(əˈnu ɪ ti, əˈnyu-)

n., pl. -ties.
1. a specified income payable at stated intervals for a fixed or contingent period, often for the recipient's life, as in consideration of a premium paid.
2. the right to receive such an income.
3. the duty to make such a payment or payments.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Anglo-French annuité, annualté < Medieval Latin annuitās]
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annuity

an investment that bears a fixed return yearly, for a fixed period or for the life of the recipient.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.annuity - income from capital investment paid in a series of regular paymentsannuity - income from capital investment paid in a series of regular payments; "his retirement fund was set up to be paid as an annuity"
regular payment - a payment made at regular times
annuity in advance - an annuity paid in a series of more or less equal payments at the beginning of equally spaced periods; "rent payable in advance constitutes an annuity in advance for the landlord"
ordinary annuity - an annuity paid in a series of more or less equal payments at the end of equally spaced periods
reversionary annuity, survivorship annuity - an annuity payable to one person in the event that someone else is unable to receive it
tontine - an annuity scheme wherein participants share certain benefits and on the death of any participant his benefits are redistributed among the remaining participants; can run for a fixed period of time or until the death of all but one participant
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Translations
Ruhegeld
anuitet
lijfrenteverzekering

annuity

[əˈnjuːɪtɪ] Nrenta f vitalicia
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annuity

[əˈnjuːɪti] nrente f annuity payment, life annuityannuity payment npaiement m de rentes
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annuity

n(Leib)rente f; to buy an annuityeine Rentenversicherung abschließen
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annuity

[əˈnjuːɪtɪ] nannualità f inv, rendita annuale (also life annuity) → vitalizio
pension annuity (policy) → polizza di pensione integrativa
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