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Pronunciation: [ˈanə͡ʊtˌe͡ɪt] (IPA)

Annotate simply means to add notes, comments or explanations to a document, text, or image. To annotate, as a synonym, can also mean to mark, underline, or highlight specific parts of a document or text. The word "marginalia" is another synonym for annotate, especially when referring to little notes scribbled on the margins of a book or manuscript. "Elucidate" can also be used as a synonym for annotate, especially when shedding light on obscure or difficult passages. Other synonyms for annotate include "commentate", "footnote", "interpret," "explicate" and "clarify". All of these words imply adding additional information or insights that can help the reader to better understand or appreciate the text.

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Usage examples for Annotate

But I can imagine a friend of the latter imploring him not to waste his time, with his critical gifts, upon writing slender, trifling essays; and I maintain that if Charles Lamb knew that such essays were the work that he did best, with ease and delight, he had the right to rebuff the hand that held out a volume of Marlowe and begged him to annotate it.
"The Silent Isle"
Arthur Christopher Benson
The rest of his eventful life must be sought in the history of the English Navy which he helped to form, and in his numerous letters, which on some future occasion the present editor hopes to annotate.
"Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright"
Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke
annotate by Francic Bacon.
"Bacon is Shake-Speare"
Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence

Famous quotes with Annotate

  • ...MacDonald, in a veritable furor of intellectual integrity and moral honesty sets out to hunt down his "mistakes" without ever changing the record in the slightest, his technique being to annotate his earlier articles with refutations of himself.
    Dwight Macdonald
  • There is much to be said concerning retirement. Some men cannot survive it because they have not prepared themselves for it. For the man who has retained his curiosity, retirement in old age can be the most enjoyable period of his life; but he must be aware of the emptiness of public renown and desire the peace of obscurity; he must still have the wish to learn and understand; in his village, his garden, or his house, he must have some restricted personal occupation. The wise man, after having given all his time to his public activities, now devotes himself entirely to his personal affairs and development; and this will be easier for him if he has been able to interest himself in poetry and the beauties of nature, even during his busiest years. For myself, I cannot imagine a pleasanter old age than one spent in the not too remote country where I could reread and annotate my favorite books. "The mind," says Montaigne, "must thrive upon old age as the mistletoe upon a dead oak."
    André Maurois

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