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an·no·tate

 (ăn′ō-tāt′)
v. an·no·tat·ed, an·no·tat·ing, an·no·tates
v.tr.
To furnish (a literary work) with critical commentary or explanatory notes; gloss.
v.intr.
To gloss a text.

[Latin annotāre, annotāt-, to note down : ad-, ad- + notāre, to write (from nota, note; see gnō- in Indo-European roots).]

an′no·ta′tive adj.
an′no·ta′tor n.

annotate

(ˈænəʊˌteɪt; ˈænə-)
vb
to supply (a written work, such as an ancient text) with critical or explanatory notes
[C18: from Latin annotāre, from nota mark]
ˈannoˌtatable adj
ˈannoˌtative adj
ˈannoˌtator n

an•no•tate

(ˈæn əˌteɪt)

v. -tat•ed, -tat•ing. v.t.
1. to supply (a text) with critical or explanatory notes; comment upon in notes.
v.i.
2. to make annotations or notes.
[1725–35; < Latin annotātus, past participle of annotāre, adnotāre to note =an- an-2 + notāre to note]
an′no•ta`tive, adj.
an′no•ta`tor, n.

annotate


Past participle: annotated
Gerund: annotating

Imperative
annotate
annotate
Present
I annotate
you annotate
he/she/it annotates
we annotate
you annotate
they annotate
Preterite
I annotated
you annotated
he/she/it annotated
we annotated
you annotated
they annotated
Present Continuous
I am annotating
you are annotating
he/she/it is annotating
we are annotating
you are annotating
they are annotating
Present Perfect
I have annotated
you have annotated
he/she/it has annotated
we have annotated
you have annotated
they have annotated
Past Continuous
I was annotating
you were annotating
he/she/it was annotating
we were annotating
you were annotating
they were annotating
Past Perfect
I had annotated
you had annotated
he/she/it had annotated
we had annotated
you had annotated
they had annotated
Future
I will annotate
you will annotate
he/she/it will annotate
we will annotate
you will annotate
they will annotate
Future Perfect
I will have annotated
you will have annotated
he/she/it will have annotated
we will have annotated
you will have annotated
they will have annotated
Future Continuous
I will be annotating
you will be annotating
he/she/it will be annotating
we will be annotating
you will be annotating
they will be annotating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been annotating
you have been annotating
he/she/it has been annotating
we have been annotating
you have been annotating
they have been annotating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been annotating
you will have been annotating
he/she/it will have been annotating
we will have been annotating
you will have been annotating
they will have been annotating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been annotating
you had been annotating
he/she/it had been annotating
we had been annotating
you had been annotating
they had been annotating
Conditional
I would annotate
you would annotate
he/she/it would annotate
we would annotate
you would annotate
they would annotate
Past Conditional
I would have annotated
you would have annotated
he/she/it would have annotated
we would have annotated
you would have annotated
they would have annotated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.annotate - add explanatory notes to or supply with critical commentsannotate - add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments; "The scholar annotated the early edition of a famous novel"
authorship, penning, writing, composition - the act of creating written works; "writing was a form of therapy for him"; "it was a matter of disputed authorship"
indite, pen, write, compose - produce a literary work; "She composed a poem"; "He wrote four novels"
2.annotate - provide interlinear explanations for words or phrasesannotate - provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases; "He annotated on what his teacher had written"
rede, interpret - give an interpretation or explanation to

annotate

verb make notes on, explain, note, illustrate, comment on, interpret, gloss, footnote, commentate, elucidate, make observations on Historians annotate diary selections.
Translations
anotirati

annotate

[ˈænəʊteɪt] VTanotar, comentar

annotate

[ˈænəʊteɪt] vt [+ page, passage, list] → annoter

annotate

vtmit Anmerkungen versehen, kommentieren; annotated textkommentierter Text

annotate

[ˈænəʊteɪt] vtannotare

annotate

v. anotar, hacer un comentario.
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