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Meaning of “unlisted” in the English Dictionary

"unlisted" in British English

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unlistedadjective

uk   /ʌnˈlɪs.tɪd/  us   /-t̬ɪd/
not ​included in a ​list of ​stockexchangecompanyprices: unlisted securities/​shares US (UK ex-directory) not ​included in the ​publiclist of ​phonenumbersbelonging to the ​customers of a ​telephonecompany: Doctors most often have unlisted ​homephonenumbers to ​protecttheirprivacy.
(Definition of unlisted from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"unlisted" in American English

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unlistedadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ʌnˈlɪs·tɪd/
(of a ​telephonenumber) not ​included in a ​printedlist of ​telephonenumbersavailable to the ​public
(Definition of unlisted from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"unlisted" in Business English

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unlistedadjective

uk   /ʌnˈlɪstɪd/  us   /-ṱɪd/
(UK also unquoted) FINANCE, STOCK MARKET relating to ​companies whose ​shares are not ​traded on a stockexchange: unlisted investments/trading Investors put a ​value of $68 ​billion on the firm's unlisted ​investments. The ​fundholdsstakes in mostly unquoted British ​companies.
US (UK ex-directory) COMMUNICATIONS not ​published in a ​phone company's ​list of ​customerphonenumbers nor given by the ​phonecompany to ​people who ​ask fo it: Landline ​customerspay $2 to $3 a month to have an unlisted ​number.
(Definition of unlisted from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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