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annual

adjective
 
 
/ˈænjuəl/
EVERY YEAR B1 happening or produced once a year
yıllık, yılda bir olan
an annual meeting/report Relating to regular periods of timeYears and yearly
FOR A YEAR measured over a period of one year
yılda bir kez
annual rainfallRelating to regular periods of timeYears and yearly
annually adverb B2
her yıl
Translations of “annual”
in Arabic سَنَويّ…
in Korean 연례의, 연간의…
in Malaysian tahunan…
in French annuel…
in Italian annuale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一年一度的, 每年的…
in Russian ежегодный, годовой…
in Polish doroczny, roczny…
in Vietnamese hàng năm, tính cho cả năm…
in Spanish anual…
in Portuguese anual…
in Thai ประจำปี, ปีละ…
in German jährlich, Jahres-……
in Catalan anual…
in Japanese 年に一度の, 毎年恒例の, 年間の…
in Indonesian tahunan, setahun…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一年一度的, 每年的…
(Definition of annual adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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