Annotation ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Annotation ( noun )

  1. A note or remark added to a text, picture, or other work, typically to provide explanation or comment.
  2. The act or process of making such notes or remarks.
  3. A symbol, mark, or sign added to a text or image to indicate its meaning or significance.

Origin:

From the latin annōtātiō, meaning "a note" or "a remark".

Examples:

  1. The book included detailed annotations by the author, offering insight into his thought process and inspiration.
  2. The annotation feature in the PDF reader allows users to add notes to documents.
  3. The annotation of the genetic code has been a major focus of research in molecular biology.
  4. She added annotations to the manuscript, highlighting key points and suggesting revisions.
  5. The annotation on the map indicated the location of the nearest gas station.

(As a verb)

Annotation ( verb )

  1. A note or remark added to a text, picture, or other work, typically to provide explanation or comment.
  2. The act or process of making such notes or remarks.
  3. A symbol, mark, or sign added to a text or image to indicate its meaning or significance.

Origin:

From the latin annōtātiō, meaning "a note" or "a remark".

Examples:

  1. The book included detailed annotations by the author, offering insight into his thought process and inspiration.
  2. The annotation feature in the PDF reader allows users to add notes to documents.
  3. The annotation of the genetic code has been a major focus of research in molecular biology.
  4. She added annotations to the manuscript, highlighting key points and suggesting revisions.
  5. The annotation on the map indicated the location of the nearest gas station.
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