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1    occurring, done, etc., once a year or every year; yearly  
an annual income     
2    lasting for a year  
an annual subscription     
3    a plant that completes its life cycle in one year  
   Compare       perennial       3       biennial       3  
4    a book, magazine, etc., published once every year  
     (C14: from Late Latin annualis, from Latin annuus yearly, from annus year)  
  annually      adv  

annual general meeting  
      n     (Brit)   the statutory meeting of the directors and shareholders of a company or of the members of a society, held once every financial year, at which the annual report is presented,   (Abbrev.)    AGM  
annual parallax  
      n      See       parallax       2  
annual percentage rate  
      n   the annual equivalent of a rate of interest when the rate is quoted more frequently than annually, usually monthly,   (Abbrev.)    APR  
annual report  
      n   a report presented by the directors of a company to its shareholders each year, containing the profit-and-loss account, the balance sheet, and details of the past year's activity  
annual ring  
      n   a ring of wood indicating one year's growth, seen in the transverse section of stems and roots of woody plants growing in temperate climates,   (Also called)    tree ring  
compound annual return  
      n   the total return available from an investment, deposit, etc., when the interest earned is used to augment the capital,   (Abbrev.)    CAR  
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once a year, yearlong, yearly  

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annual adj.
happening once a year
Ex.: My favorite annual event is Christmas because I eat my mother's great feast and get christmas presents from Santa Claus.

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yes but hapining ethery year

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