annualize

[ an-yoo-uh-lahyz ]
/ ˈæn yu əˌlaɪz /

verb (used with object), an·nu·al·ized, an·nu·al·iz·ing.

to calculate for or as for an entire year: Investors earned an annualized rate of seven percent paid quarterly.

verb (used without object), an·nu·al·ized, an·nu·al·iz·ing.

to be annualized.

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Also (especially British) an·nu·al·ise.

Origin of annualize

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annualize

annualise

/ (ˈænjʊəˌlaɪz) /

verb

(tr) to convert (a rate of interest) to an annual rate when it is quoted for a period of less than a yearcredit card companies are obliged to quote an annualized percentage rate to borrowers
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