Verb(1) add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments(2) provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases
(1) Not only do I underscore; I use brackets, carets, and braces; I annotate all four margins and I copiously turn down the edges (both top and bottom) of certain especially memorable pages.(2) For Japanese speakers who use English as a second language, it is helpful to annotate this text in Japanese so that images may be recalled by Japanese keywords.(3) To annotate means to add explanation to information - extra ├ö├ç├┐commentary information├ö├ç├û in terms of the Online Dictionary of Computing.(4) You can also import a photograph and annotate it with your own handwriting or add text with Graffiti.(5) But, while I can annotate them, I can't copy any text at all into my notes.(6) Automatic text-analysis tools can assist human annotators and can thus significantly shorten the time lag of functional annotations.(7) We were annotating our map as we went along, noting the date we passed a place or visited a ruin.(8) This Tcl Book system allows you to create a simple annotatable book out of plain text files.(9) This style is matched by regular sidebars in which Anderson expands on and annotates concepts and formulas that appear in the text.(10) Collini's public celebration of the under-appreciated scholarship of editors and annotators is a service to the humanities.(11) You can't read the texts online but some extremely helpful person has been busy annotating the material with descriptions which makes a search or even a ramble through the material a pleasure.(12) Each document is divided into a number of annotatable sections separated by two horizontal lines indicating the beginning and the end of that section.(13) The notes by the conductor and by Tadashi Isoyama are interesting and go way beyond the usual historical perspectives provided by most other annotators .(14) Someone asked Linda why nearly all the songs in her book were annotated with the date she learned the song and who taught it to her.(15) He compiled, wrote, updated and annotated the inventory and signed every page relating to Denny's charge in 1542.(16) Much of it consists of more or less richly annotated lists of the sorts of things one sees and experiences.
(1) annotate :: 注釈を付けます
1. comment on ::
2. gloss ::
3. footnote ::
Different Formsannotate, annotated, annotates, annotating
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