Definition of “its” - English Dictionary

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“its” in British English

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itsdeterminer

uk /ɪts/ us /ɪts/

it's

uk /ɪts/ us /ɪts/

short form of it is:

It's my turn to do it.

short form of it has:

It's been a wonderful day - thank you.

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(Definition of “its” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

“its” in American English

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itspronoun

us /ɪts, əts/

belonging to or connected with the thing or animal mentioned; the possessive form of it, used before a noun:

The horse flicked its tail at the flies.
The movie has its flaws, but it is interesting nevertheless.

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 long day 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)