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March 9, 2014 - Word of the Day: inventory

 

Use the word "inventory" to describe the products and supplies that a store or an organization has available for the purpose of doing business.

  • Bob needs to take inventory today.
  • The company's inventory is taken at the end of the month.
  • Sophia does the inventory for her store.
  • It's important to account for inventory.
  • Some inventory is lost because of shoplifting.
  • Many big stores do inventory after the store has closed for the evening.
  • Computers help manage inventory.
  • Have you ever taken inventory for a store? It's very hard work.

inventoryHe's taking inventory.

Note: The word "inventory" is a noncount noun.

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