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league table

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Sport
league tableˈleague ˌtable noun [countable]  especially British EnglishDS a list in which people, teams, or organizations are shown in order of their success or quality The government’s school league tables are published today.
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league tableHe says a league table of electrical stores will be produced when all the results of the survey are collated nationally.The exam league table is supposed to help parents make well informed choices for their children.Dame Jill Knight I thank my right hon. Friend on behalf of the west midlands, which is also high in the league table.
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