English to Esperanto Meaning of item - elementon

Item :

pozicio, oficejo, terminon, rango, laborpostenon, elementon, punkto, klaŭzo, rondaj, tempo, orgeno, korpo, parto, membro, ingredienco, alineo, sekcio, artikolo


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Definitions of item in English
Noun(1) a distinct part that can be specified separately in a group of things that could be enumerated on a list(2) a small part that can be considered separately from the whole(3) a whole individual unit; especially when included in a list or collection(4) an isolated fact that is considered separately from the whole(5) an individual instance of a type of symbol
Adverb(1) (used when listing or enumerating items
Examples of item in English
(1) Even in hospital he worried about an item of news for the next issue of his paper.(2) The item appearing on the account will be queried by the credit card provider with a view to recouping the cost.(3) Yesterday, I saw an item on CNN Headline News that made me look around the net for some details.(4) He would place an item on the agenda on an annual basis to keep the project before the public mind.(5) The writer has dug up an item of news and presented it in a straightforward manner.(6) Journalists are the mechanism for converting a press release into a news item .(7) Donate the unwanted item to charity, as someone will certainly appreciate it.(8) The second item of news is that Europe has caught up considerably with the United States.(9) But I don't agree that it should be the main item on the news night after night after night.(10) Each item of expenditure is followed by the closing sum total.(11) The fight was still the lead item on the local news last night - and I live in Brooklyn.(12) The second item of news went some way towards softening the blow of the first.(13) This news item was the headline news in all of the Hong Kong newspapers.(14) Speculation that David Beckham may be leaving Old Trafford becomes a front page news item .(15) When a story like this is promoted to the lead item on national news bulletins, you know that all perspective has gone out of the window.(16) On Sunday evening Holly expressed surprise that Rod's death was the lead item on the TV news.
Related Phrases of item
(1) item name ::
elemento nomon
(2) action item ::
ago elemento
(3) each item ::
ĉiu elemento
(4) line item ::
linio elemento
(5) an item ::
(6) menu item ::
(7) item of clothing ::
(8) news item ::
(9) hot item ::
varman elementon
(10) luxury item ::
1. thing ::
2. report ::
3. couple ::
4. token ::
5. detail ::
6. point ::
Different Forms
item, itemization, itemize, itemizes, items
Word Example from TV Shows
Item 28:
your pet name for me.

Item 28: your pet name for me.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 15

And Tyra Banks says
the most important item...

And Tyra Banks says the most important ITEM...

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 24

Item 29: Valentine's Day.

Item 29: Valentine's Day.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 15

you tally the total
of every item sold

you tally the total of every ITEM sold

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 13

This brings us
to the final item

This brings us to the final ITEM

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 15

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