from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To adjust or calculate so as to reflect a rate that is based on a full year: offers a rate that is annualized at six percent.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Variant of annualise.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To contribute to an annual publication; write for an annual. See annual, 4.
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On an annual basis, Jeff, just to kind of annualize it for you, I would be thinking in terms of 25\% to 30\% for next year.
So when you hear people throwing around numbers, it's useful to annualize them -- to think of them in terms of what they'd mean for a normal, full-year budget.
Remember that post I did today on the need to annualize the GOP's budget cuts?
So, to annualize this salary over twelve months we divide by .65 (170/260) which gives a “real” average annual salary of $65,975.
The retailer expects the annualize pace of sales to remain at or above 13 million vehicles in the remaining months of the year, Earl Hesterberg said in an interview after the company reported a surge in third-quarter earnings.
The annualize pace of sales in August was 12.12 million vehicles, Autodata said, down from July's 12.23 million but up from the year-ago figure of 11.47 million.
To any journalist who may be reading this, I beg you: Please, please, please, annualize the percentage increase of statistics like this.
That's the kind of return funds sometimes earn on an annualize basis.
GM estimated the annualize rate of sales in June for the whole industry was 11.2 million vehicles.
If you annualize TARP's return on the assumption it will continue to succeed, it would add up to a roughly 16% return on that initial $200 billion investment a year.