What Is Annexation?


Annexation is the incorporation of a number of territories into another geo-political entity. It is generally implied that the territory and population that is being annexed is actually the smaller, also the more peripheral, and weaker between the two merging entities.
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[an-ik-sey-shuhn, -ek-]
the act or an instance of annexing, especially new territory.
the fact of being annexed.
something annexed.
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Annexation is the act of attaching, adding or joining one thing to another, generally a smaller or subordinate thing with a large or principal thing. Usually with respect to land or fixtures.
Annexation is when you remove something from a place, and put it somewhere else. Most commonly, land. It can also mean to take something without permission.
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