[it-uh-rey-tiv, -er-uh-tiv] /ˈɪt əˌreɪ tɪv, -ər ə tɪv/
repeating; making repetition; repetitious.
repetitious or frequent
(maths, logic) another word for recursive See recursive
(grammar) another word for frequentative
“involving repetition,” late 15c., from French iteratif (c.1400), from Late Latin iterativus, from iterat-, past participle stem of iterare (see iteration). As a noun, from 1854. Related: Iteratively.
programming An object or routine for accessing items from a list, array or stream one at a time. By extension, the term can be used for an object or routine for accesing items from any data structure that can be viewed as a list. For example, a traverser is an iterator for tree-shaped data structures. […]
spelling It’s spelled “Internet”. (1997-04-07)
/ˈɪtərəʊˌpærəs/ adjective 1. Also polycarpic. (of a plant) producing flowers and fruit more than once (usually many times) before dying 2. (of an animal) producing offspring more than once during its lifetime
- It figures
Also, that figures. It’s (or that’s) reasonable; it makes sense. For example, Hanging it upside down sounds like a weird idea, but it figures, or It figures that they won’t be coming this year, or So she’s complaining again; that figures. This idiom alludes to reckoning up numbers. [ ; mid-1900s ]