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/ It; It/ pers pron (used as the subject or object of a v or after a prep ) 1 (a) animal or thing mentioned earlier or being observed now : `Where's your car?' `It's in the garage.' `?'`'. * Did you hit it? ? * Fill a glass with water and dissolve this tablet in it. . * We've got 500. Will it be enough for a deposit? 500. ? (b) baby, esp one whose sex is not known or unimportant , : Her baby's due next month. She hopes it will be a boy. . . * The baby next door kept me awake. It cried all night. . . 2 fact or situation already known or implied : When the factory closes, it (ie this event) will mean 500 redundancies. , 500. * Yes, I was at home on Sunday. What about/of it? , . ? 3 (used to identify a person ): It's the milkman. . * It's Peter on the phone. . * Was it you who put these books on my desk? ? 4 (idm ) this/that is `it (a) this/that is what is required []: We've been looking for a house for months and I think this is it. , . (b) this/that is the reason for the lack of success []: That's just it I can't work when you're making so much noise. --, . (c) this/that is the end []: I'm afraid that's it we've lost the match. --.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:43:30
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it
/ It; It/ pron 1 (used in the normal subject or object position to indicate that a longer subject or object has been placed at the end of a sentence ): It appears that the two leaders are holding secret talks. . * Does it matter what colour it is? ? * It's impossible (for us) to get there in time. . * It's no use shouting. . * She finds it boring staying/to stay at home. . * I find it strange that she doesn't want to travel. , . 2 (used in the normal subject position to make a statement about time, distance or weather ): It's ten past twelve. . * It's our anniversary. . * It's two miles to the beach. . * It's a long time since they left. . * It was raining this morning. . * It's quite warm at the moment. . * It's stormy out at sea. . 3 circumstances or conditions; things in general ; : If it's convenient I can see you tomorrow. , . * It's getting very competitive in the car industry. . 4 (used to emphasize any part of a sentence ): It's `Jim who's the clever one. . * It's `Spain that they're going to on holiday. . * It was three weeks `later that he heard the news. .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:43:30
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/ 9aI 5ti:; 9aI `ti/ abbr = (computing ) InformationTechnology.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:43:30
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/ 9aI 5ti:; 9aI `ti/ abbr = (computing ) InformationTechnology.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:43:30
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/ It; It/ pron 1 (used in the normal subject or object position to indicate that a longer subject or object has been placed at the end of a sentence ): It appears that the two leaders are holding secret talks. . * Does it matter what colour it is? ? * It's impossible (for us) to get there in time. . * It's no use shouting. . * She finds it boring staying/to stay at home. . * I find it strange that she doesn't want to travel. , . 2 (used in the normal subject position to make a statement about time, distance or weather ): It's ten past twelve. . * It's our anniversary. . * It's two miles to the beach. . * It's a long time since they left. . * It was raining this morning. . * It's quite warm at the moment. . * It's stormy out at sea. . 3 circumstances or conditions; things in general ; : If it's convenient I can see you tomorrow. , . * It's getting very competitive in the car industry. . 4 (used to emphasize any part of a sentence ): It's `Jim who's the clever one. . * It's `Spain that they're going to on holiday. . * It was three weeks `later that he heard the news. .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:43:30

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