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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishannualizedan‧nu‧a‧lized (also annualised British English) /ˈænjuəlaɪzd/ adjective [only before noun] technical  if money or an amount is annualized, it is calculated for one year, based on amounts for shorter periods of time an annualized inflation rate of 15%
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annualizedOn an annualized basis, the index showed growth of 3. 5 % to 4 %.The annualized inflation rate for 1989 was 47.5 percent, but the actual rate at end-year was 44 percent.An annualized inflation rate of between 12 and 15 percent was predicted and provision made for salary increases in line with this rate.The devaluation fuelled inflation, which reached an estimated annualized rate of 13,000 percent.Monthly inflation for December was 0.5 percent, giving an annualized rate of 27.3 percent, the highest figure for 10 years.It grew at an annualized rate of just 1. 9 percent in the first 11 months of 1995.The company said it now expects to realize annualized savings of more than $ 110 million from the program.By the end of the day, the anticipated annualized yield on the notes was 3. 35 percent.
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