inventory

[ in-vuhn-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF inventory

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVENTORY

Come, Johnson, he said, we will take an inventory of all we have left.

Now that the inventory was made, the next business was to fetch the sledge.

He had gotten thus far in the inventory when a shadow darkened the doorway.

"Let us first make an inventory of the ship," answered Johnson.

The place for this information is under "Inventory Variations" on the sheet.

What remains to be noted after John has taken the inventory?

I do not need to know the inventory of your cargo; what do you want?

When will it best suit you to give an inventory and make transfers?

We have a vast inheritance, but no inventory of our treasures.

But meanwhile our treasures are waiting for their inventory.

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