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Oxford dictionary definition of the word inventory:
noun (plural inventories)
a complete list of items such as property, goods in stock, or the contents of a building.
chiefly North American a quantity of merchandise or goods held in stock:
in our warehouse you’ll find a large inventory of new and used bicycles
(in accounting) the entire stock of a business, including materials, components, work in progress, and finished product.
verb (inventories, inventorying, inventoried)
make a complete list of:
I inventoried his collection of drawings
enter in a list:
every book was inventoried
late Middle English: from medieval Latin inventorium, alteration of late Latin inventarium, literally ‘a list of what is found’, from Latin invenire ‘come upon’