- n. a list of items that are to receive special attention.
- v. Wiktionary and WMF jargon to add a wiki page to one's watchlist, so as to receive notifications of future changes.
- From watch + list (Wiktionary)
“My watchlist is definitely likely to change too once the season starts.”
“As of year-end, approximately $113 million of the $500 million dealership exposure is either classified as watchlist or substandard.”
“Civil libertarians also have longstanding concerns about the accuracy of the FBI watchlist, which is now said to include well over a million names.”
“Then the US placed Korea on its trafficking watchlist, which is a political and ideologically based way to muscle countries into criminalizing prostitution (one of the ways countries can get of the list).”
“The two are also on its watchlist, which is reviewed every six months.”
“Tokyo Stock Exchange Group Inc. placed Olympus on the bourse's so-called watchlist for review for possible delisting last week after the company reversed earlier denials of wrongdoing.”
“Olympus said it's likely it will be placed on Tokyo Stock Exchange's so-called watchlist for review of possible delisting.”
“Now, when a boat is scheduled for decontamination, that boat's registration information will immediately go on a watchlist, which is available to all inspection stations throughout the basin as well as private marinas, said Boyd.”
“Russia and Turkey were also added to the watchlist, which is a category below RSF's top”
“Russia and Turkey were also added to the watchlist, which is a stage below RSF's top”
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