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it'd (informal) contracted form of "it would". ; contracted form of "it had".
it depends used to say that you cannot decide until you have more information.
-ite1 one born or living in. [4 definitions]
-ite2 used to form adjectives, nouns, and some verbs.
item a separate, particular thing among a group or list of things. [2 definitions]
itemize to list or state the items of.
itemized having each item separately listed.
iterate to say or do again or repeatedly; reiterate.
Ithaca in Greek mythology, the Ionian island home of Odysseus. The modern day location of Odysseus's Ithaca is in dispute.
itineracy itinerancy.
itinerancy the act, process, or state of being itinerant. [3 definitions]
itinerant moving or traveling from place to place, as to do one's work, often on a fixed circuit. [3 definitions]
itinerary a travel route, or a plan for travel including a route, stopping places, and schedule. [4 definitions]
itinerate to travel or move from place to place, esp. on a fixed circuit.
-ition act, action, or process; -ation. [2 definitions]
-itious of, relating to, or characterized by.
-itis inflammation; disease. [2 definitions]
it'll contracted form of "it will".
its the possessive form of "it"; belonging to or of that thing or animal already mentioned. [2 definitions]
it's contracted form of "it is". ; contracted form of "it has".
itself used reflexively to show identity between subject and object. [3 definitions]