Item may refer to:

* Item, entry in a list, or one object in a collection of objects.
* Item, the name of a town in Abia State of Nigeria.
* Collector's item, an object or item of any kind that has become valuable
* Configuration item, form the basis of configuration management in computer software, to control files, requirements, or another definable unit
* Greenhouse Item, the name for an American nuclear test conducted in 1951 as part of Operation Greenhouse at the Pacific Proving Ground
* Item number, a term commonly used to describe a catchy, upbeat dance song in an Indian movie that has no relevance to the plot of the film
* Item response theory, a body of theory used in the field of psychometrics
* Line item, an appropriation that is itemized on a separate line in a budget
** Line-item veto, the power of an executive to nullify or "cancel" specific provisions of a bill
** Line Item Veto Act of 1996, enacted a line-item veto for the Federal Government of the United States
* Item (game), the objects in a video game collected by the player character to increase the score or progress through the story.
* "Item (EP)", first release by the band Onetwo


* ITeM refers to the Uruguay-based Third World Institute (ITeM), going by its Spanish acronym Instituto del Tercer Mundo.

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  • item — item …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • item — i‧tem [ˈaɪtəm] noun [countable] 1. a single thing, especially something that is for sale: • The CD used to be considered a luxury item. • stores selling non food items 2. ACCOUNTING a piece of information written in a set of accounts …   Financial and business terms

  • ITeM — stands for the Instituto del Tercer Mundo (or, the Third World Institute) which is based in Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay.Focus on informationIt focuses on information, communication and education activities on an international level,… …   Wikipedia

  • item — item, detail, particular are comparable when meaning one of the things, either separate and distinct or considered so, which constitute a whole. Item applies mainly to each thing that is put down in a list (as of things needed, things to be done …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Item — bezeichnet: Item (Partikel), veraltete satzverknüpfende Partikel Elemente in einer Aufzählung bei der Datenerhebung eines von mehreren Merkmalen einer Untersuchungseinheit, siehe statistische Variable Psychologische Diagnostik: einzelne Testfrage …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • ITEM — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom …   Wikipédia en Français

  • item — i tem, n. [From {Item}, adv.] [1913 Webster] 1. An article; a separate particular in an account; as, the items in a bill; he picked up four items at the drug store. [1913 Webster +PJC] 2. A hint; an innuendo. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] A secret item… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • item — / ī təm/ n 1: a distinct part in an enumeration, account, or series 2: a financial instrument (as a check or draft) Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • item — late 14c. (adv.) moreover, in addition, from L. item (adv.) likewise, just so, moreover, used to introduce a new fact or statement, probably from ita thus, id it (see ID (Cf. id)) + adv. ending tem (Cf. idem the same ). Thus a statement or maxim… …   Etymology dictionary

  • item — item·iza·tion; item·ize; item; sub·item; item·iz·er; …   English syllables

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