How to use Annotate in a sentence as a verb

I'd basically annotate the printed out assembly with what I thought was happening and then I'd get home and confirm or deny it with the debugger at run-time.

They have armies of legally-trained professionals who read cases as they come out and annotate them with "head notes" which give summaries of the case and index the case into Lexis's or West's legal ontology.

You can annotate functions with #[test] and they become unit tests.

Much of the best work of modern civilization, the pinnacle of hundreds of years of scientific advance, work which our society invests billions of dollars in, is hidden inside this pitifully obsolete rent-seeking system while we use state-of-the-art infotech to exchange pop-music lyrics and annotate famous games of Magic: The Gathering.---[1] No, that is not thirty-two dollars per year, or even per month.

In retrospect, I believe we didn't consider fully how hard it would be to annotate, or how much more of a minefield it would be with the additional dimensions of misogyny and mental illness to consider.

I prefer creating a Word or PDF document with annotated screenshots which user can go through at their own pace.

I thought it was a good idea, so repost:----Humourisok 20 minutes ago | link [dead]from the tech point of view you have an open platform to share and annotate scanned docs.

Lawyers can receive, annotate and remark on clients drafts for proposals, contracts etc.

I have to annotate my Scala a **** of a lot more than my OCaml to get it to compile.

Obviously it would be bad to annotate every single word with its definition, that would be overkill.

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Annotate definitions


add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments; "The scholar annotated the early edition of a famous novel"

See also: footnote


provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases; "He annotated on what his teacher had written"

See also: gloss comment