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annualizedadjective [not gradable]

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

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UK also annualised /ˈænjuəlaɪzd/ uk   us  
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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