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itspronoun

 us   /ɪts, əts/
belonging to or ​connected with the thing or ​animalmentioned; the ​possessiveform of it, used before a ​noun: The ​horseflicked its ​tail at the ​flies. The ​movie has its ​flaws, but it is ​interestingnevertheless.

it’s

 us   /ɪts, əts/
contraction of it is or it has: It’s (= It is) my ​turn to do it. It’s (= It has) been a ​longday and I’m ​tired.
(Definition of its from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"ITS" in Business English

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ITSnoun

uk   us   STOCK MARKET
(Definition of ITS from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “its”
in Arabic لَها (لِلمِلْكِيّة لِغَيْر العاقِل)…
in Korean -의…
in Portuguese seu, dele, dela…
in Catalan el seu…
in Japanese “it” の所有格、「その」…
in Chinese (Simplified) 它的,其…
in Turkish onun, kendi, onunki…
in Russian его, ее, свой…
in Chinese (Traditional) 它的,其…
in Italian suo, sua, proprio…
in Polish swój, jego, jej…
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