What is the verb for inventory?

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  1. (transitive, operations) To take stock of the resources or items on hand; to produce an inventory.
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    1. “With few exceptions, there has been no effort to inventory roadless areas in the surrounding lands.”
  1. simple past tense and past participle of inventory
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    1. “Aisles are embedded with inexpensive microreaders, and any product can be inventoried real-time.”
      “When the library was inventoried by the bookbinder and printer John Stretch after 1751, it comprised 2,345 volumes.”
      “Stockpiles of pine, cherry, hickory, cedar, hard pine, and mahogany were inventoried in the pattern shop.”
  1. present participle of inventory
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    1. “In addition to inventorying ammunition, the members of the 826th also made sure the shells were properly packaged and marked for shipment.”
      “A former undergraduate pharmaceutical major, John was in charge of inventorying our medical supplies.”
      “It also manages those operations critical to inventorying, but peripheral to warehousing, such as in-bound inspection.”
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