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  1. IT

  1. (ISO 639)

  2. (non-gloss definition)

  3. (ux)

  4. 2016, VOA Learning English (public domain)

  5. It is not a pen. It is a book.
    : (audio)
  6. 1847, Charlotte Brontë, ''Jane Eyre'', Chapter IV:

  7. A child cannot quarrel with its elders, as I had done; cannot give its furious feelings uncontrolled play, as I had given mine, without experiencing afterwards the pang of remorse and the chill of reaction.
  8. (quote-book) "There was nobody else, sir, to take the little helpless creature in hand," replied Mrs. Clements. "The wicked mother seemed to hate it—as if the poor baby was in fault!—from the day it was born. My heart was heavy for the child, and I made the offer to bring it up as tenderly as if it was my own.""Did Anne remain entirely under your care from that time?""Not quite entirely, sir. Mrs. Catherick had her whims and fancies about it at times, and used now and then to lay claim to the child, as if she wanted to spite me for bringing it up.

  9. 2005, Marcus Zusak, ''The Book Thief'', part 10:

  10. The sky was dripping. Like a tap that a child has tried its hardest to turn off but hasn't quite managed.
  11. (non-gloss definition)

  12. (RQ:Dickens Bleak House)

  13. 1993, Bruce Coville, ''Aliens Ate My Homework'', pages 72–73:

  14. "Oh, don't be silly. I am neither male nor female. I'm a farfel." (..) "''It''. Refer to me as an it.""That seems pretty rude," I said nervously."Not as rude as calling me a he or a she," it said.

    ''it|rough it''

    ''it up|live it up''

    ''it out|stick it out''

  15. (n-g)

  16. ''After all these years, she still it|has it.''

  17. 2021, Seth Wickersham, ''It's Better to Be Feared: The New England Patriots Dynasty and the Pursuit of Greatness'', Liveright Publishing ((ISBN)):

  18. Later that night, a friend told Brady, “Still got it.” “Never lost it,” he replied. THAT WAS MOSTLY TRUE. But the 2013 season ended with the Patriots coaches wondering whether Brady&39;s skills were in a subtle but irrevocable decline (..)

    ''I caught them it|doing it.''

    ''Are you it|getting it regularly?''

  19. 1991, (w), ''The Liar'', p. 14:

  20. The great advantage of English school life lies of course in the quality of tutelage it provides. Adrian had received a decent and broad English education in the area of his loins... He had quickly happened upon the truth which many lonely contemporaries would never discover, the truth that everybody, simply everybody, was panting for it and could, with patience, be ''shown'' that they were panting for it. So Adrian grabbed what was to hand and had the time of his life genitally—focusing exclusively on his own gender of course, for this was 1973 and girls had not yet been invented.
  21. appeal|Sex appeal, especially that which goes beyond physical appearance.

  22. 1904, Rudyard Kipling, "Mrs Bathurst"

  23. 'Tisn't beauty, so to speak, nor good talk necessarily. It's just It. Some women'll stay in a man's memory if they once walked down a street
  24. 1927, Dorothy Parker:

  25. And she had It. It, hell; she had Those.

    (ux) (with the infinitive clause headed by ''to see'')

    (ux) (with the noun clause introduced by ''that'')

    (ux) (with the gerund ''seeing'')

    (ux) (with the noun clause introduced by ''if'')

  26. All or the end; something after which there is no more.

  27. (n-g): That which; what.

  28. 1643, (w), ''Religio Medici'', II.2:

  29. In briefe, I am content, and what should providence add more? Surely this is it it which wee call Happinesse, and this doe I enjoy ....
  30. Its.

  31. 1611, ''Authorized King James Version of the Bible'', first edition, Leviticus 25:5:

  32. That which groweth of it owne accord of thy haruest, thou ſhalt not reape, neither gather the grapes of thy Uine vndreſſed: for it is a yeere of reſt vnto the land. (qualifier)
  33. One who is neither a he nor a she; a creature; a dehumanized being.

  34. 1920, (w), ''Bulldog Drummond'' Chapter 1

  35. His master glanced up quickly, and removed the letter from his hands. "I'm surprised at you, James," he remarked severely. "A secretary should control itself. Don't forget that the perfect secretary is an it: an automatic machine—a thing incapable of feeling.…"
  36. 1995, Neil Weiner, Sharon E. Robinson Kurpius, ''Shattered innocence'' (page 8)

  37. Too often, children become an "it" in their homes and their humanness is devalued.
  38. (senseid) The person who chases and tries to catch the other players in the playground game of tag.

  39. 2000, Katherine T. Thomas, Amelia M. Lee, Jerry R. Thomas, ''Physical education for children'' (page 464)

  40. When there are only two children left who haven't been tagged, I will stop the game, and we will start over with those children starting as the Its.
  41. The game of tag.

  42. (altcaps)

  43. 1988, Frederic D. Homer, ''The Interpretation of Illness'', Purdue University Press ((ISBN)), page 27:

  44. For Groddeck, the it is given, unknowable, and he does not try to conceptualize drives or forces. Early life and sexuality permeate (..)
  45. 2015, Charis Charalampous, ''Rethinking the Mind-Body Relationship in Early Modern Literature, Philosophy, and Medicine: The Renaissance of the Body'', Routledge ((ISBN)), page 36:

  46. (..) thus reversing the roles of the I and the it, the former now occupying the place of the latter and vice versa. An awareness of our bisubjective nature (it and me) requires thus an I as a third term that slides between (..)
  47. Most fashionable, popular{{, or vogue.

  48. 2007 September, ''Vibe'', volume 15, number 9, page 202:

  49. Going away for the weekend and feel the need to profile en route? This is the "it" bag.
  50. 2010, David Germain, ''Hilarious ‘Kick-Ass’ delivers bloody fun'', Associated Press

  51. With Hit Girl, Moretz is this year's It Girl, alternately sweet, savage and scary.
  52. dog (C)

  53. fire

  54. name

  55. dog

  56. (contraction of)

  57. (inflection of)

  58. ''used to assign accentuation to expression''

  59. (alternative form of)

  60. (alt form)

  61. it

  62. (infl of)

  63. ''second-person dual pronoun''; (l) (l)

  64. it

  65. you (singular)

  66. not

  67. dog

  68. (l), detestable person, cur

  69. (tr-verb form of)

  70. self; myself; yourself; himself; herself; itself; ourselves; themselves; (non-gloss definition)

  71. (inflection of)

  72. it (gloss)

  73. (l)

  74. (quote-book)

  75. one

  76. (usex)