item (plural items)
- A distinct physical object.
- Tweezers are great for manipulating small items.
- (by extension, video games) An object that can be picked up for later use.
- A line of text having a legal or other meaning; a separate particular in an account.
- the items in a bill
- In response to the first item, we deny all wrongdoing.
- (psychometrics) A question on a test, which may include its answers.
- The exam has 100 items, each of which includes a correct response and three distractors.
- A matter for discussion in an agenda.
- The first item for discussion is the budget for next year's picnic.
- (informal) Two people who are having a relationship with each other.
- Jack and Jill are an item.
- 2010, Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris, Baby
- Are we an item? Girl, quit playin' / "We're just friends," what are you sayin'?
- A short article in a newspaper.
- an item concerning the weather
- (obsolete) A hint; an innuendo.
- A secret item was given to some of the bishops […] to absent themselves.
- (object) article, object, thing
- (line of text having a legal or semantic meaning)
- (matter for discussion) subject, topic
- (two people who are having a relationship with each other) couple
- (psychometrics) test/assessment question
- French: article, truc
- German: Ding, Gegenstand, Stück, Artikel
- Italian: articolo, elemento
- Portuguese: item
- Russian: предме́т
- Spanish: artículo, insumo, elemento, producto, ítem
- German: Gegenstand
- Russian: строка
- Russian: пара
- Russian: статья́
item (items, present participle iteming; past and past participle itemed)
- (transitive) To make a note of.
item (not comparable)