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[L. annus, year] A plant that completes its entire life cycle in a single year or growing season.
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c. 1400, originally "service commemorating the anniversary of a person's death," from annual (adj.). By 1824 as short for annual plant.
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late 14c., from Old French annuel (12c.) or directly from Late Latin annualem (nominative annualis), corresponding to Latin annalis as adjective form of annus "year," from PIE *at-no-, from [..]
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happening once a year.
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yearly.
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A standard 12-month period, or one year, used for reporting economic and financial data. Gross Domestic Product and related measures are noted economic data released annually. Many businesses also pro [..]
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A plant that completes its growth cycle in one season.
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A plant that sprouts, grows and dies in one growing season or year.
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A plant that completes its entire life cycle (growth, reproduction, death) in one season.
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A plant that germinates, grows, flowers, produces seed, and dies in the course of a single growing season.
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a plant that completes its life cycle in one growing season; roots, stems, and leaves die annually; many vegetables are annuals, including bean, cucumber, and squash
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A plant whose life cycle lasts only one growing season, from seed to blooms to seed.
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A plant that completes its life cycle in a single year.
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A plant that completes its life cycle in one year. Bareroot
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A hardy annual is a temporary visitor to the garden as it grows from seed (sown direct in the garden),flowers and dies in a single season. A half hardy annual also grows, flowers and dies in a single [..]
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Annuals are plants that complete their life cycle (from germination to seed) in a single growing season. Basil is an example of an annual.
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A plant that grows, flowers, produces seed all in one season, and then does not survive the winter.  It must be planted each year.  Many plants we call annual may be perennial in warmer locations.
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A plant in which the entire life cycle is normally completed in a single growing season.
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a plant that completes its life cycle in one growing season
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A flowering plant that lasts only one season. Anther
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A plant that completes its life cycle and dies in one season
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a plant that naturally completes its life cycle within one year. Annuals grow from seed, flower, produce seed and then die — from root to tip — each year, regardless of climate. Some annuals self-seed and new plants grow from the seeds the next year. See also: biennial, perennial. B
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A plant whose life cycle lasts only one growing season, from seed to blooms to seed.
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Plants that germinate, grow, set seeds and dies in a single growing season. 
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a plant that completes its lifecycle in one growing season, and does not survive the winter. These plants must be planted each year.
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A plant that normally completes it entire life cycle in one year or less. Tomatoes are examples of annuals plants. ARC
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A plant that grows from a seed, flowers, sets seed, and dies in one growing season.
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a flowering plant that passes through its entire life cycle from seed germination to seed production in one growing season and then dies; examples include marigold, zinnia, calendula, cucumber, and to [..]
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A plant that completes its lifecycle (germination-flowering-seeding-dying) in one growing season.
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A plant that lives for one year only. Most vegetables are annuals.
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Flowering plants that last only one season.
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A plant that grows from seed and completes its life cycle within one growing season.
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An annual is a plant which grows, blooms, and perhaps, sets seeds within a one year period. Annuals are among the most colourful of all flowering bedding plants. Since all of the plant's energy i [..]
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A plant that germinates, grows, flowers, produces seeds in one growing season. Annual ring
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plants which flower and die in the same year as they are raised from seed. Anthe
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A plant grown from seed, that completes its life cycle (from seed to flowering) in the span of one season.
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A plant grown from seed that flowers, seeds and dies back in just one season.
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a plant that germinates, grows, flowers, produces seeds, and dies in the course of a single growing season. You can also use annual grasses as nurse crops to protect slower-growing seed, or to oversee [..]
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A plant which grows to maturity and dies within one season; most are frost-sensitive. Biennial
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A plant that completes its life cycle in one growing season.
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A plant that completes its life cycle in one year.
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a plant that completes its life cycle within a single year
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A plant whose life cycle is a single growing season.
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A plant that germinates, grows, flowers, produces seeds and in one growing season.
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A plant that grows, flowers and produces seed all in one season and then does not survive the winter. It must be planted each year. Many plants we call annual may be a Perennial
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A plant which completes the cycle of germination, maturing, flowering, seeding and finally dying in the period of one year. Many perennial plants, such as antirrhinums and fibrous-rooted begonias, are treated as annuals as they are at their best in their first year. Bedding geraniums now fit into this category as good plants of new varieties can be [..]
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(botany) a plant that completes its entire life cycle within the space of a year completing its life cycle within a year; "a border of annual flowering plants" a reference bo [..]
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A plant that normally completes its life cycle of seed germination, vegetative growth, reproduction, and death in a single year.
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yearly, a book published every year, lasting a year
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adj. Occurring every year.
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Any publication with a frequency of once a year, every year.
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a plant that normally completes its entire life cycle in one year or less: Marigolds and tomatoes are examples of annual plants.
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Definitions (2) 1. Happens once a year.
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A plant that lives for a single growing season. annulation
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A plant which germinates, flowers
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Growth Ring
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 (L. annualis
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[Habit] -- A plant that completes its life cycle within a year.
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(n) (botany) a plant that completes its entire life cycle within the space of a year(n) a reference book that is published regularly once every year(adj) completing its life cycle within a year(adj) o [..]
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(n) a plant that lives only one year, or one plant season
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adj. anual
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Plants that complete their entire life-cycle, from seed to reproduction to death, within one year.
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Periods of one year, or part of a year, starting with the date this Policy was first issued, or starting with the effective date of a change in Coverage Plan.
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Periods of one year, or part of a year, starting with the date this Policy was first issued, or starting with the effective date of a change in Coverage Plan.
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A plant that lives for only one year. It grows from a seed (usually in Spring), flowers, and then grows fruits. It dies when cold weather arrives.
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possessing a life cycle that produces one generation each year; many plants and some insects are annual
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A plant starting from seed and completing its life cycle in the same growing season.
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a plant completing its life cycle from seed to flower within one year Damping-off
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A plant that achieves its life cycle within a single growing season.
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<biology, plant biology> Describes a plant or other organism that completes its whole life cycle in one year Occuring yearly. (09 Oct 1997)
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Of or pertaining to a year; yearly.
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yearly mandatory inspection of aircraft and engine
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Mandatory inspection of airframe and power plant that occurs every 12 months
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Yearly mandatory inspection of aircraft and engine
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Mandatory inspection of airframe and power plant that occurs every 12 months.
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Aircraft Operator.
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Mandatory inspection of airframe and powerpland that occurs every 12 months.
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A plant that completes its life cycle in one growing season.
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Grows from seed and reproduce within a single year.
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A plant that lives for only one year.
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Living through only one growing season.
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Happening once every year. *en|yearly
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An annual is a plant which grows, blooms, and perhaps, sets seeds within a one year period. Annuals are among the most colorful of all flowering bedding plants. Since all of the plant's energy is [..]
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Annual may refer to: Annual publication, periodical publications appearing regularly once per year Yearbook Literary annual Annual plant Annual report Annual giving Annual, Morocco, a settlement in n [..]
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