Annexation meaning

Addition or incorporation of something, or territories that have been annexed.
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The act of annexing; the state of being annexed.
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The point in time when an addition or addendum becomes part of the thing to which it attached.
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The formal act of a political unit, such as a nation, state, or municipality, annexing land to its’ domain.
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Annexed land.
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(law) A legal merging of a territory into another body.
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Origin of annexation

  • From Medieval Latin annexation-, stem of annexatio (“action of annexing"), from past participle of annecto

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