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Translation of "list" - English-Turkish dictionary

list

noun [C]
 
 
/lɪst/
A2 a series of names, numbers, or items that are written one below the other
liste, cetvel
a shopping list Is your name on the list? Make a list of everything you need. →  See also mailing list , waiting list Classifying and creating orderPieces of writingLists and cataloguesSchedules and agendas
Translations of “list”
in Arabic قائمة…
in Korean 목록…
in Malaysian senarai…
in French liste…
in Italian elenco, lista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 記錄, 名單,目錄, 清單…
in Russian список…
in Polish lista, spis…
in Vietnamese danh sách…
in Spanish lista…
in Portuguese lista…
in Thai บัญชีรายชื่อ…
in German die Liste…
in Catalan llista…
in Japanese リスト, 一覧表…
in Indonesian daftar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 记录, 名单,目录, 清单…
(Definition of list noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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