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mailing list

noun [C]
 
 
( US also mail list)
MARKETING a list of names and addresses to which a person or company can send information or advertising, either electronically or on paper: put sb on a mailing list I asked to be put on their mailing list.
( also discussion list) INTERNET a computer program that sends and receives electronic messages from anyone in a group to everyone else in the group: Complaints on the departmental mailing list shows that a lot of people are having the same frustrations as you are.
Translations of “mailing list”
in Chinese (Traditional) (資訊和廣告的)郵寄名單…
in Russian список адресатов, подписчиков…
in Turkish isim ve adres listesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (信息和广告的)邮寄名单…
in Polish lista wysyłkowa…
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