Ito

[ee-taw]
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noun

Prince Hi·ro·bu·mi [hee-raw-boo-mee] /ˈhi rɔˈbu mi/, 1841–1909, Japanese statesman.

ITO

International Trade Organization.
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  • "It is on our charts," said Ito crisply, as if that settled the right of dominion.

    A Man to His Mate

    J. Allan Dunn

  • It was fired at the "Matsushima," Ito's flagship, and did terrible execution.

    Famous Sea Fights

    John Richard Hale

  • Ito's fleet was steaming in line ahead, and was organized in two squadrons.

    Famous Sea Fights

    John Richard Hale

  • “Bring hot toast, Ito,” she said to the well-trained and deferential Japanese.

    The Mystery Girl

    Carolyn Wells

  • Ito,” he began, “did you let in any one late Sunday night—after you came home?

    The Mystery Girl

    Carolyn Wells


British Dictionary definitions for ito

Ito

noun

Prince Hirobumi (ˌhɪərəˈbuːmɪ). 1841–1909, Japanese statesman; premier (1884–88; 1892–96; 1898; 1900–01). He led the movement to modernize Japan and helped to draft the Meiji constitution (1889); assassinated

ITO

abbreviation for

International Trade Organization
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