annexes, 3rd person singular present; annexing, present participle; annexed, past participle; annexed, past tense;
Append or add as an extra or subordinate part, esp. to a document
the first ten amendments were annexed to the Constitution in 1791
the annexed diagram
Add (territory) to one's own territory by appropriation
the left bank of the Rhine was annexed by France in 1797
Take for oneself; appropriate
it was bad enough that Richard should have annexed his girlfriend
Add or attach as a condition or consequence
A building joined to or associated with a main building, providing additional space or accommodations
An addition to a document
an annex to the report
an addition that extends a main building
take (territory) as if by conquest; "Hitler annexed Lithuania"
Annex (Alexander Ellis) is a fictional character of the Marvel Universe, associated with Spider-Man. His first appearance was in Amazing Spider-Man Annual #27. Annex' powers were the result of prosthetics through computer technology. After losing a leg, he volunteered for this program. ...
The Annex is a neighbourhood in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The traditional boundaries of the neighbourhood are north to Dupont Street, south to Bloor Street, west to Bathurst Street and east to Avenue Road. ...
The Annex is the athenaeum of Arellano University – Plaridel Campus. The building was located adjacent to the main building and was situated near the cafeteria and the residential and commerce area.
The Annex is a residential neighborhood of the city if New Haven, Connecticut. It is located in the eastern side of New Haven Harbor across from Long Wharf. ...
(Annexes) Annexation (Latin ad, to, and nexus, joining) is the de jure incorporation of some territory into another geo-political entity (either adjacent or non-contiguous). ...
An emergency operations plan element that describes the jurisdiction's plan for functioning in that component area of activity during emergencies.
To take possession of another country by conquest or occupation.
IA - is a set of active substances that have been agreed at the European level for inclusion in 'low risk biocidal products'. These active substances cannot be classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic, toxic for reproduction or sensitising, cannot be bioaccumulative and must readily biodegrade. ...
(as annesis,) a minor property subsidiary to a more important one
To steal. This became popular at the time Texas was annexed, which was regarded by many as a theft.
an addition, appendix, addendum, codicil, or supplement to a document; see RAPPORTEUR, WHITE PAPER, FINDING, MR, MANIFOLD SET, PAPER BULLET, RED TAPE, SNOWFLAKE, FILE 13 [v: dossier; cf: bout de papier, aide-memoire]. ...
The takeover of a municipality by another
the act of joining or adding one property, area or thing to another; annexation.
An addition to an existing library or archive, or a nearby facility used as an addition to the main building, usually of smaller size. A library annex is sometimes used to store low-use materials in closed stacks. Compare with auxiliary facility.
A secondary structure either near or adjoining a primary structure.
ADD (usually signed directionally to add new land to existing boundaries of city)
name given to the positive and negative lists of ingredients and methods, part of the EU Directive 76/768/EEC covering the cosmetics regulation.
The concessionary provisions of the Customs Tariff Act, which reduce rates of duty on goods qualifying for special treatment because of their end use, special use or use by, selected industry organizations.