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this week's bestseller list
a list of the world's richest people
I'd better make a list, or I'll forget who I've invited.
I couldn't see my name on the list.
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Health care is at the top of most people's list of things the government should improve.
Painting the house is low on our list of priorities.
This is the American English definition of list. View British English definition of list.
a frightening or unfriendly low noise
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