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wish list

noun [C]
 
 
the things that you would like to have or buy, especially things that are difficult or expensive to get: The museum has a long wish list of donation items that are still needed.be high on/top of sb's wish list The finance company said a Chicago office is high on its wish list.
E-COMMERCE a list that a customer can make on a website showing things they would like to buy or have as presents from the website: You can put items on your wish list for later.
(Definition of wish list from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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