annualized


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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.
Translations

annualized

adj figuresauf das Jahr hochgerechnet; annualized percentage (Econ) → effektiver Jahreszins
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