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Spanish translation of 'list'

Word Frequency

list 1

[lɪst ]
noun
(gen) lista f
(catalogue) catálogo m
price list lista f de precios
waiting list lista f de espera
to be on the active list (Military) estar en activo
that job is at the top of my list para mí ese trabajo es lo primero or lo más importante
transitive verb
(include in list) poner en una/la lista
(make a list of) hacer una lista de
(verbally) enumerar
(Economics) cotizar (at a)
(Computing) listar
it is not listed no aparece en la lista
he began to list all he had been doing empezó a enumerar todas las cosas que había hecho
compounds
See list price
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list 2

[lɪst ]
noun
(Nautical) escora f
to have a list of 20° escorar a un ángulo de 20°
intransitive verb
(Nautical) escorar (to port a babor)
to list badly escorar de modo peligroso

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Example Sentences Including 'list'

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The agency has put together a list of recommendations around legal compliance and cost reduction.
Computing (2010)
They were then set a list of tasks.
Rutherford, Ward Celtic Mythology (1987)
But a stay makes it extra special and you can both make the most of the extensive wine list this way.
The Sun (2016)
It's listed as one of the models that's a fire risk.
The Sun (2016)
Then we make a list together of what food shopping needs doing.
The Sun (2012)
There's an extensive wine list for those planning a leisurely lunch.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They both had full lists by the end of the morning.
The Sun (2014)
Try growing them alongside some of the plants listed below.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You can also list one bedroom and studio flats.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
If you are struggling, the answers are listed below.
The Sun (2016)
The list does not include keepers, they were the bane of my life so we can keep that list for another time.
The Sun (2016)
The main bulletin board displays lists and lists of daily practice and rehearsal schedules.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Most of the answers to their precise contents are listed on the sides of the packets.
Smith, Drew Food Watch (1994)
Banks must ensure that they do not provide services to people on official sanctions lists.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Check out the full hotel list online.
The Sun (2011)
It was also placed on an official list of universities at risk of financial failure.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It was not something we listed but we spoke to the underwriters and got them covered.
The Sun (2008)
Public records have her listed under four aliases.
The Sun (2016)
The government will published a list setting out which vehicles should be covered by the specialist policies.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
The guest list is something else too.
The Sun (2015)
The wine list is not bad either.
The Sun (2009)
Their names are listed side by side.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Then check the full list of hotels at the sun.
The Sun (2012)
There was a set list of six tunes which included three which are rarely heard.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
There were some outstanding nominees on the list and any one of those people would have done a great job.
The Sun (2012)
When the lifeboats were lowered the ship was listing too heavily for many to be released.
The Sun (2012)
Most pastors went on to list two more.
Christianity Today (2000)
Their addresses and telephone numbers are included in the list of other organizations.
Perring, Franklyn A Guide to Britain's Conservation Heritage (1991)

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'list' in Other Languages

British English: list /lɪst/ NOUN
A list is a set of things which all belong to a particular category, written down one below the other.
On the shopping list are chicken, lamb, and fish.
  • American English: list
  • Arabic: قَائِمَةٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: lista
  • Chinese: 清单
  • Croatian: popis
  • Czech: seznam
  • Danish: liste
  • Dutch: lijst
  • European Spanish: lista
  • Finnish: lista
  • French: liste
  • German: Liste
  • Greek: κατάλογος
  • Italian: lista
  • Japanese: 一覧表
  • Korean: 목록
  • Norwegian: liste
  • Polish: spis
  • European Portuguese: lista
  • Romanian: listă
  • Russian: список
  • Latin American Spanish: lista
  • Swedish: lista
  • Thai: รายการ
  • Turkish: liste
  • Ukrainian: перелік
  • Vietnamese: danh sách
British English: list /lɪst/ VERB
To list a set of things means to write them or say them one after another, usually in a particular order.
Concerts are listed by date, then by city.
  • American English: list
  • Arabic: يُعِدُّ الْقَائْمَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: listar
  • Chinese: 列出
  • Croatian: popisati
  • Czech: sepsat
  • Danish: opføre
  • Dutch: vermelden
  • European Spanish: enumerar
  • Finnish: luetella
  • French: énumérer
  • German: auflisten
  • Greek: καταρτίζω κατάλογο
  • Italian: elencare
  • Japanese: 一覧表を作る
  • Korean: 목록에 기재하다
  • Norwegian: føre opp
  • Polish: spisać
  • European Portuguese: listar
  • Romanian: a lista
  • Russian: составлять список
  • Latin American Spanish: enumerar
  • Swedish: räkna upp
  • Thai: ลงรายการ
  • Turkish: listelemek
  • Ukrainian: складати перелік
  • Vietnamese: liệt kê

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Translation of list from the Collins English to Spanish
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