annotate annotate  /ˈæ nə ˌteɪt/


  1. (v) add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments
  2. (v) provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases


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  1. You can even use Onenote to clip and annotate bits of Web pages or organize your online receipts; $100.
  2. We have tried faithfully to reproduce and annotate the text of the Bible.
  3. In fact, it would take years for the most diligent gringo to understand or annotate this peasant-rooted cuisine of peppers and cornmeal, arroz, barbacoa and relleno.


  1. Branchfire Launches iAnnotate 2.5 to Help People Work Smarter and Faster With Documents on the iPad

    Branchfire, Inc. today unveiled a major upgrade of its popular iAnnotate app, which includes powerful enhancements that make it easier for people to read, mark up and share documents on an iPad. The app ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance

  2. The Week in Movies: The Internship, Much Ado, The Purge, Tiger Eyes

    Welcome to Annotate This , where we gather reviews, trailers, and annotate the posters for movies coming out this week. It will help you decide what to avoid, what to see, and what to pretend to see. Click on the image above to add your comments to the mix. Read more...        
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Gawker

  3. City Room: Interactive Map: Your Biking Wisdom in 10 Words

    An interactive map, “Your Biking Wisdom in 10 Words,” allows readers to annotate a map with their own inside knowledge and read what others have to say.        
    on June 8, 2013     Source: New York Times


  • "Defence policy should be more than an annotate list of current military engagements," Mr Rudd said. "Defence should be about long-term planning mechanisms."
    on Aug 8, 2007 By: Kevin Rudd Source: The Wimmera Mail Times

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