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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ Gardner wrote an annotated version of "Alice in Wonderland."
▪ A translation of his book appears in the Vatican library, annotated by Lorenzo Ghiberti.
▪ He had asked the students to read and annotate five passages at home.
▪ It is very well annotated, easily navigable and there is an admirable list of abbreviations.
▪ PaperPort software creates a graphic image of the scanned item and lets the user edit, annotate and sort the result.
▪ Rutt also drew upon the 1659 record to annotate, supplement, and modify Burton's.
▪ The fax viewer is more flexible, and you can now annotate documents before resending them.
▪ The Masonic books I inherited from him were well marked and annotated in the margins, in his handwriting.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Annotate \An"no*tate\, v. i. To make notes or comments; -- with on or upon.


Annotate \An"no*tate\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Annotated; p. pr. & vb. n. Annotating.] [L. annotatus; p. p. of annotare to annotate; ad + notare to mark, nota mark. See Note, n.] To explain or criticize by notes; as, to annotate the works of Bacon.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

1733, from Latin annotatus, past participle of annotare "to note down" (see annotation). Related: Annotated; annotating. Not in Johnson's "Dictionary," but used therein in defining comment. Form annote is recorded from mid-15c. Related: Annotated; annotating.


vb. To add annotation

  1. v. add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments; "The scholar annotated the early edition of a famous novel" [syn: footnote]

  2. provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases; "He annotated on what his teacher had written" [syn: gloss, comment]


Usage examples of "annotate".

So, as the king returned and tried to reestablish himself on the throne, as plots and counterplots swirled over the country like a snow blizzard, I left my room in Merton Street and went to the library, where I unbundled and catalogued and read and annotated until not even candlelight permitted me to work any longer.

As Collins and Jegalian point out, the annotated human genome will have profound effects on our society as well as on our science.

At present, in Great Britain at least, the headmasters entrusted with the education of the bulk of the influential men of the next decades are conspicuously second-rate men, forced and etiolated creatures, scholarship boys manured with annotated editions, and brought up under and protected from all current illumination by the kale-pot of the Thirty-nine Articles.

It is much to be regretted that the laws of copyright and the methods of publication stand in the way of annotated editions of works of current controversial value.

RESOLUTION To prepare a revised edition of the Annotated Constitution of the United States of America as published in 1938 as Senate Document 232 of the Seventy-fourth Congress.

That the Librarian of Congress is hereby authorized and directed to have the Annotated Constitution of the United States of America, published in 1938, revised and extended to include annotations of decisions of the Supreme Court prior to January 1, 1948, construing the several provisions of the Constitution correlated under each separate provision, and to have the said revised document printed at the Government Printing Office.

What a preposterous glut of paper and ink he has amassed, loose leaves and envelopes and journals with spines and notebooks sewn with string, all neatly filled with his blockish, inelegant handwriting, all annotated with symbols in his own private code, signifying such things as further study needed or but is this really true?

Toward the end of this affair, I sat up at nights, week after week, transcribing and annotating, as a way of shutting the world out.

As is my habit, I consoled myself among my books and my papers, reading and annotating with a fury I could scarcely contain.

During machine lulls, over paper cups of wine, he volunteered topics rather than just politely annotating ours.

This was issued as Senate Document 96 of the 67th Congress, and was followed the next year by a similar volume annotating the cases through the October 1923 Term of the Supreme Court.

Stuart evened the honours by ushering Mrs Murphy - arthritic knee, prone to leg ulcers, Kate mentally annotated - through first.

The prose of Saikaku, the puppet plays of Chikamatsu, and the poems of Basho were resuscitated, annotated, and made available to a wide reading public.

Not until 1893, when a researcher and naturalist named Elliott Coues rediscovered their all but forgotten manuscripts mouldering in a cupboard at the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia and produced an annotated edition of their journals, were they at last accorded recognition as naturalists, cartographers and ethnologists.

Where ravines are he has plumbed lines to bring them to order and know them, has marked them and annotated his drawings, and learning the parameters of the peneplain or open-sided corries, the tributary canyons, creeks, rivers and fern-scruffed pampas, he has made them beautiful.