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an·nu·al

 (ăn′yo͞o-əl)
adj.
1. Recurring, done, or performed every year; yearly: an annual medical examination.
2. Of, relating to, or determined by a year: an annual income.
3. Botany Living or growing for only one year or season.
n.
1. A periodical published yearly; a yearbook.
2. Botany A plant that completes its entire life cycle in a single growing season.

[Middle English annuel, from Old French, from Late Latin annuālis, ultimately from Latin annus, year; see at- in Indo-European roots.]

an′nu·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.annually - without missing a yearannually - without missing a year; "they travel to China annually"
2.annually - by the yearannually - by the year; every year (usually with reference to a sum of money paid or received); "he earned $100,000 per annum"; "we issue six volumes per annum"

annually

adverb
1. yearly, each year, every year, per year, by the year, once a year, every twelve months, per annum, year after year Companies report to their shareholders annually.
2. yearly, each year, every year, per year, by the year, per annum They hire 300 staff annually.
Translations
سَنَوياًسَنَوِيّاً
každoročněročně
årligt
vuosittain
godišnje
évenkéntéventeminden évben
tahun
árlega
年一回
해마다
anniversarie
letnovsako leto
årligen
ซึ่งเกิดปีละครั้ง
her seneher yıl
hàng năm

annually

[ˈænjʊəlɪ] ADVanualmente, cada año
£500 annually500 libras al año

annually

[ˈænjuəli] adv (= yearly) [cost, pay, spend] → annuellement, tous les ans; [hire, import] → tous les ans; [hold, celebrate] → tous les ans; [renew] → tous les ans
The venue attracts more than 40,000 visitors annually
BUT Le lieu attire plus de 40 000 visiteurs par an.

annually

adv (= once a year)jährlich

annually

[ˈænjʊəlɪ] advannualmente, ogni anno

annual

(ˈӕnjuəl) adjective
1. happening every year. an annual event.
2. of one year. What is his annual salary?
noun
1. a book of which a new edition is published every year. children's annuals.
2. a plant that lives for only one year.
ˈannually adverb
His salary is increased annually.

annually

سَنَوِيّاً každoročně årligt jährlich ετησίως anualmente vuosittain annuellement godišnje annualmente 年一回 해마다 jaarlijks årlig corocznie anualmente ежегодно årligen ซึ่งเกิดปีละครั้ง her yıl hàng năm 每年
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