annualize


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an·nu·al·ize

 (ăn′yo͞o-ə-līz′)
tr.v. an·nu·al·ized, an·nu·al·iz·ing, an·nu·al·iz·es
To adjust or calculate so as to reflect a rate that is based on a full year: offers a rate that is annualized at six percent.
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annualize

(ˈænjʊəˌlaɪz) or

annualise

vb
(tr) to convert (a rate of interest) to an annual rate when it is quoted for a period of less than a year: credit card companies are obliged to quote an annualized percentage rate to borrowers.
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an•nu•al•ize

(ˈæn yu əˌlaɪz)

v. -ized, -iz•ing. v.t.
1. to calculate for or as if for an entire year.
v.i.
2. to become annualized.
[1800–10]
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annualize


Past participle: annualized
Gerund: annualizing

Imperative
annualize
annualize
Present
I annualize
you annualize
he/she/it annualizes
we annualize
you annualize
they annualize
Preterite
I annualized
you annualized
he/she/it annualized
we annualized
you annualized
they annualized
Present Continuous
I am annualizing
you are annualizing
he/she/it is annualizing
we are annualizing
you are annualizing
they are annualizing
Present Perfect
I have annualized
you have annualized
he/she/it has annualized
we have annualized
you have annualized
they have annualized
Past Continuous
I was annualizing
you were annualizing
he/she/it was annualizing
we were annualizing
you were annualizing
they were annualizing
Past Perfect
I had annualized
you had annualized
he/she/it had annualized
we had annualized
you had annualized
they had annualized
Future
I will annualize
you will annualize
he/she/it will annualize
we will annualize
you will annualize
they will annualize
Future Perfect
I will have annualized
you will have annualized
he/she/it will have annualized
we will have annualized
you will have annualized
they will have annualized
Future Continuous
I will be annualizing
you will be annualizing
he/she/it will be annualizing
we will be annualizing
you will be annualizing
they will be annualizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been annualizing
you have been annualizing
he/she/it has been annualizing
we have been annualizing
you have been annualizing
they have been annualizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been annualizing
you will have been annualizing
he/she/it will have been annualizing
we will have been annualizing
you will have been annualizing
they will have been annualizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been annualizing
you had been annualizing
he/she/it had been annualizing
we had been annualizing
you had been annualizing
they had been annualizing
Conditional
I would annualize
you would annualize
he/she/it would annualize
we would annualize
you would annualize
they would annualize
Past Conditional
I would have annualized
you would have annualized
he/she/it would have annualized
we would have annualized
you would have annualized
they would have annualized
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"If we annualize the $14.2 billion of sales volume in the first half, our annualized projection will be slightly above the $27.4 billion in all of 2011," said Massey Knakal Chairman Bob Knakal.
In computing the tax due with this short period return, Excessco is required to annualize its taxable income.
When a company (or mutual fund) takes its total return over a number of years and annualizes it, it's telling you how much it earned, on average, per year.