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listing

Pronunciation: /ˈlɪstɪŋ/

Translation of listing in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (list) lista (feminine), listado (masculine) TV listings programación (feminine) televisiva or de televisión listings magazine guía (feminine) de espectáculos, ≈ guía (feminine) del ocio ([ en Esp ])
    Example sentences
    • Looking over the catalogues and listings of the period, it is amusing to see what was popular then as opposed to what is popular now.
    • A sample listing of catalogs with medical supplies and equipment is provided on page 86.
    • Your first step is to choose a cabinet style that you like, and then you can consult with the manufacturer's catalog for a complete listing of sizes.
    1.2 (entry) entrada (feminine); [Finance] cotización (feminine) bursátil
    Example sentences
    • According to the listing in the registration maintained in the eye hospital, patients in need of a cornea are informed and brought to the hospital.
    • Also in Florida, the Register has its first-ever listing of not one but two co-champion key tree cacti, an endangered species.
    • Just excuse me for a moment, I will ask the Registrar about the listing.
    Example sentences
    • It is an American-based company with a listing on the London Stock Exchange.
    • For those who don't like the idea of faffing about with foreign currencies and paperwork, a large number of American companies now have a secondary listing on the London Stock Exchange.
    • A listing on the London Stock Exchange is also planned.

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