Annex in a sentence

Use Annex in a sentence

Annex meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [verb, noun] to take control of an area next to yours; addition; a building which is an addition to an existing building

Kuwait was illegally annexed by the Iraqi regime.

In 1887 Jacksonville annexed several surrounding suburbs.

The historian are trying to explain why were the Baltic republics annexed by the Soviet Union in 1940.

Some of the foreign guests will be sleeping in the annexe.

Recently an annex has been built to support more buses.

Several units are annexed to public transport terminals.

An old hangar has since been annexed to the terminal.

The second hospital remained as an annex until 1957.

This area was later annexed into the city.

In 1974, two neighboring municipalities were annexed.

Fayetteville has annexed six unincorporated communities within its current corporate limits.