Definition of 'playlist'
Example sentences containing 'playlist'
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Hear this playlist at spoti. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Hear this playlist at spoti. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She said she had some of my songs on a playlist. The Sun (2015)Make a 20-minute playlist of upbeat songs to keep you going. The Sun (2013) Make a playlist of your favourite songs and play'em loud during an afternoon stroll. The Sun (2013)Anyone can make a playlist; the difficult bit is getting it noticed. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I have some of their songs in my playlist. The Sun (2014)I have a playlist of 12 songs already. The Sun (2015)The Radio 1 playlist also had a part in their rise. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Something tells me the Radio 1 playlist will be looking after her. The Sun (2010)Go Home would fit neatly onto any classy Nashville radio playlist. Times, Sunday Times (2016)By then we have stumbled across a tip of our own - make your dinner-party playlist before you open the wine. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I limit my playlist to songs I can repeat throughout the year. Christianity Today (2000)If you've got a friend who needs cheering up, why not put together their favourite songs on a playlist and give it to them as a present? Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Trends of 'playlist'
Used Rarely. playlist is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'playlist'
British English: playlist NOUN
A playlist is a list of songs, albums, and artists that a radio station broadcasts.
The radio station's playlist is dominated by top-selling youth-orientated groups.
- American English: playlist
- Brazilian Portuguese: lista de canções
- Chinese: > 音乐播放列表 电台的
- European Spanish: lista de éxitos
- French: playlist
- German: Playliste
- Italian: playlist
- Japanese: 放送予定録音表
- Korean: 방송 내용 목록
- European Portuguese: lista de canções
- Spanish: lista de éxitos
Definition of playlist from the Collins English Dictionary
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