Pronunciation: /əˈnɛks /[with object]
- 1Add as an extra or subordinate part, especially to a document: the first ten amendments were annexed to the Constitution in 1791More example sentences
- I think that some of the documents that were referred to are annexed to the affidavit of Ms Chang in any event.
- Pages 3 onward of the Laudervest / Skyline Agreement are annexed to the Gantzes' Purchase Agreement.
- It is annexed to an affidavit sworn by the applicant.
- 1.1 • archaic Add or attach as a condition or consequence: extreme anointing hath neither ordinance of God to be grounded on, nor promise of grace annexedMore example sentences
- Stalin is annexed to the general study of pathological dictatorship.
- Of relevance here is his observation to which I alluded earlier, that with the creative function being annexed to a wider range of discourses, the role of the author as creative origin of a text or document acquires greater salience.
- 2Add (territory) to one’s own territory by appropriation: the left bank of the Rhine was annexed by France in 1797More example sentences
- King Moshoeshoe I was left with a mountainous, infertile kingdom when most of his arable land was annexed to the Orange Free State in the 1860s.
- The lands were annexed to the City of London on January 1st 1993.
- This procedure was deemed to have been an ‘Act of Free Choice’ in accordance with the United Nations requirements and Indonesia formally annexed the territory in August.
Pronunciation: /ˈanɛks /(chiefly British also annexe) (plural annexes) Back to top
- 1A building joined to or associated with a main building, providing additional space or accommodation: the school’s one-storey wooden annexMore example sentences
- Many of the consulate staff were working in the vulnerable annexes because the main building - a grand Italianate palace known as Pera House - was being renovated following a fire three years ago.
- It feels to me that this is like building an annex before the main building has gone up.
- These are located in an annex to the main building.
- 2An addition to a document: an annex to the reportMore example sentences
- He said the risk streets were listed in an annex to the report, but the annex had not been made available to the press or public.
- The Licence Committee considered other available evidence, including that derived from the four publications referred to in the attached annex.
- The context for the purpose of the interpretation of a treaty shall comprise, in addition to the text, including its preamble and annexes.
late Middle English: from Old French annexer, from Latin annectere 'connect', from ad- 'to' + nectere 'tie, fasten'.