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listing

noun
 
 
/ˈlɪstɪŋ/
[C] a list, or one part of a list: Here you will find a comprehensive listing of all transportation websites. Do you have a phone listing for A. P. Morrow Inc?
[C or U] STOCK MARKET a place in a list of companies whose shares are bought and sold on a particular stock market, or the act of putting a company on a list: The software company is considering a stock market listing in London. A full listing for the company on the Dublin and London stock exchanges is slated for October 2.
listings [plural] information about different types of entertainment and activities that is published in newspapers and magazines, or on the internet: TV listings
→  See also application for listing , cross-listing , dual listing
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