Subitem



noun
1.
a separate article or particular:
50 items on the list.
2.
a separate piece of information or news, as a short piece in a newspaper or broadcast.
3.
Slang. something suitable for a news paragraph or as a topic of gossip, especially something that is sensational or scandalous:
The bandleader and the new female singer are an item.
4.
a word formerly used in communications to represent the letter I.
5.
an admonition or warning.
6.
Older Use. an intimation or hint.
adverb
7.
also; likewise (used especially to introduce each article or statement in a list or series).
verb (used with object), Archaic.
8.
to set down or enter as an item, or by or in items.
9.
to make a note of.
noun (ˈaɪtəm)
1.
a thing or unit, esp included in a list or collection
2.
(accounting) an entry in an account
3.
a piece of information, detail, or note: a news item
4.
(informal) two people having a romantic or sexual relationship
verb (ˈaɪtəm)
5.
(transitive) an archaic word for itemize
adverb (ˈaɪtɛm)
6.
likewise; also
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