Definition of yearbook in English:

yearbook

Syllabification: year·book
Pronunciation: /ˈyi(ə)rˌbo͝ok
 
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noun

1An annual publication giving current information and listing events or aspects of the previous year, especially in a particular field: Yearbook of Physical Anthropology
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  • I recalled how I had gazed dreamily at his picture in the yearbook in the library at school today.
  • It is the first international edition of his annual hockey yearbook series.
  • Ask for the private records: the yearbook, the photos, the letters that a source might have.
1.1North American A book containing photographs of the senior class in a school or college and details of school activities in the previous year.
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  • In high school, he was editor of the school's literary magazine and the yearbook.
  • I learned more about solid page layout in my high school yearbook class than I have since then.
  • When they listed his activities next his picture in his senior yearbook, the font was made smaller to fit all of it.

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