the act of making a list of items
Syn: ↑listing, ↑itemization
Derivationally related forms: ↑itemise, ↑itemize (for: ↑itemization), ↑list (for: ↑listing)
Hypernyms: ↑organization, ↑organisation
Hyponyms: ↑inventory, ↑inventorying, ↑stocktaking, ↑stock-taking

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itemizāˈtion or itemisāˈtion noun
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Main Entry:item

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