- v. Simple past tense and past participle of list.
- adj. entered on a list, especially an official one
- adj. UK, of a building protected from demolition or alteration
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. placed on a list. Opposite of
- adj. officially entered in a roll or list.
- adj. on a list
“However, many European banks also are listed in the U.S., exposing them to immediate market scrutiny that their non-U. S.-listed peers would escape.”
“By contrast, he said, many stocks listed on Chinese exchanges are trading at more than 40 times their earnings per share, making the U. S.-listed stocks a relative bargain.”
“The surprise move by the Sino-American duo, announced Feb. 1, gave them 12% of Rio's U. K.-listed shares and 9% of the company's total equity, including shares listed in Australia.”
“The first ETF on record was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in January 1993, 13 years before the first U. K.-listed fund.”
“The Index is designed to track the performance of the largest and most liquid U. S.-listed companies engaged in internet-related businesses and that are listed in the U.S.”
“Much to our surprise, however, the label listed a second main ingredient along with mangoes: sugar.”
“It was as if we collectively held our breath in some crazy, daily life-and-death lottery - would he win the prize of life and return to us or would he be yet another name listed at the end of a news broadcast proclaiming the newly dead as heroes?”
“Each wore a snug, dark-gray uniform, the Romulan Security sigil emblazoned on the right breast, their name listed beneath it in matching silver characters.”
“All dressed up in shabby civilian clothing but bearing in his pocket a neatly folded copy of his orders to go to the war—his name listed and circled.”
“Because I thought you were with Faith, but then I saw your name listed on the roster there.”
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