verb (used with object), an·no·tat·ed, an·no·tat·ing.
verb (used without object), an·no·tat·ed, an·no·tat·ing.
- anno urbis conditae,
- annona family,
Origin of annotate
Examples from the Web for annotate
The latest $400 model has a reading light and a touch screen that allows you to annotate while reading.
Mrs. Ansell left it to her tone to annotate the announcement.The Fruit of the Tree|Edith Wharton
He read industriously for some time, occasionally pausing to annotate; and once or twice he raised his head and listened.Macaria|Augusta Jane Evans Wilson
It can hardly be necessary to annotate the well-known characters of 'the twins' that Stanley introduces.Minor Poets of the Caroline Period, Vol III|John Cleveland
Word Origin for annotate
1733, from Latin annotatus, past participle of annotare "to note down" (see annotation). Related: Annotated; annotating. Not in Johnson's "Dictionary," but used therein in defining comment. Form annote is recorded from mid-15c. Related: Annotated; annotating.