| \ ə-ˈneks
: to attach as a quality, consequence, or condition
Many privileges were annexed exclusively to royalty.
: to join together materially : unite
: to add to something earlier, larger, or more important
annexed a bibliography to the thesis
: to incorporate (a country or other territory) within the domain of a state
The U.S. annexed Texas in 1845.
: to obtain or take for oneself
| \ ˈa-ˌneks
: something annexed as an expansion or supplement: such as
: an added stipulation or statement : appendix
approved the annex in the treaty
: a building that is attached to or near a larger building and usually used as part of it : wing
Historical photographs were on view in the library's annex.