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"annualized" in British English

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annualizedadjective

specialized (UK usually annualised) uk   us   /ˈæn.ju.ə.laɪzd/ /-jʊ.laɪzd/
(of an ​amount or ​number) ​calculated over a ​year: Exports ​fell at an annualized ​rate of 12.3 ​percent, while ​importsrose at a 7.5 ​percentpace.
(Definition of annualized from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"annualized" in American English

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annualizedadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˈæn·ju·əˌlɑɪzd/
calculated to ​represent one ​year, ​rather than some ​shorter or ​longerperiod: The ​fund has ​returned an annualized 16% over ten ​years, five ​percentagepointsbetter than the S&P 500.
(Definition of annualized from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"annualized" in Business English

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annualizedadjective

(UK also annualised) uk   us   /ˈænjuəlaɪzd/
ACCOUNTING an annualized ​amount or ​figure is ​calculated over a ​year: Exports ​fell at an annualized ​rate of 12.3%. Over the past five ​years the ​fund has ​delivered an annualized ​return of better than 13%.
(Definition of annualized from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “annualized”
in Chinese (Simplified) 按年计算的…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數量或數字)按年計算的…
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