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yearly

[ yeer-lee ]
/ ˈyɪər li /
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adjective
pertaining to a year or to each year.
done, made, happening, appearing, coming, etc., once a year or every year: a yearly medical examination.
computed or determined by the year.
continuing or lasting for a year.
adverb
once a year; annually.
noun, plural year·lies.
a publication appearing once a year.
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Origin of yearly

before 900; Middle English yeerly,Old English gēarlīc.See year, -ly
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British Dictionary definitions for yearly

yearly
/ (ˈjɪəlɪ) /

adjective
occurring, done, appearing, etc, once a year or every year; annual
lasting or valid for a year; annuala yearly subscription
adverb
once a year; annually
noun plural -lies
a publication, event, etc, that occurs once a year
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