list

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noun
ADJECTIVE
long, short
complete, comprehensive, detailed, exhaustive, extensive, full

We are compiling a full list of all local businesses.

endless

the endless list of excuses of why he could never make his appointments

impressive

The show always featured an impressive list of guest stars.

alphabetical
waiting

We're on the waiting list for membership of the golf club.

membership

the membership list of the Sierra Club

grocery (AmE), shopping
wine

a restaurant with excellent food and an outstanding wine list

mailing
reading

For further information, see the reading list at the end of the chapter.

best-seller

It was on the New York Times best-seller list for 25 weeks.

priority
task (AmE), to-do

It's high on her to-do list.

wish

I created a wish list of what I wanted in a new job.

guest
cast

The play has an impressive cast list.

VERB + LIST
assemble, compile, create, draw up, make, put together
update
narrow (esp. BrE), narrow down

They have narrowed their list of suspects to six.

publish, release
post

The restaurant is required to post a list of all the prices.

put sth on

Did you put bread on the shopping list?

join

His name will likely join the list of other boardroom casualties.

scan

Her teacher scanned the list of students' names.

head, top

Job troubles top the list of stress factors for Americans today.

LIST + VERB
comprise sth, consist of sth, contain sth, include sth

a list comprising all the paintings in the gallery

grow

By July the list had grown to approximately 350 contributors.

continue, go on

Inadequate space, lack of privacy, unpleasant lighting … the list goes on.

PREPOSITION
in a/the list

Names of past members are not included in the list.

on a/the list

I can't see your name on the list.

list for

We acquired a waiting list for works by these artists.

list of

a list of 200 names

PHRASES
the bottom of a list, the top of a list

Variety is near the top of many people's list of job requirements.

high on a list

Safety is high on our list of priorities.

a list of priorities

Going to the bank is top of my list of priorities today.

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verb
List is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑census, ↑chart, ↑document, ↑index, ↑inventory, ↑magazine, ↑menu, ↑page, ↑report
List is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ingredient, ↑name, ↑reason

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