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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlistinglist‧ing /ˈlɪstɪŋ/ ●○○ noun  1 [countable]LIST an official or public listlisting of a listing of all households in the district2 listings3 [countable] if a company has a listing on the stock exchange, it can offer its shares for sale
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listingThis is followed by a listing of more detailed criteria relating to one aspect: place value.These range from simple audit listings to complex systems for monitoring absence and overtime.Abele also will provide prospective buyers with e-mail updates of new listings that meet their criteria.That had resulted in 150 companies being taken on by five multiples and a 30 percent increase in product listings.Color photographs, lodging and restaurant listings and maps enhance the directory.Gone were the individual song listings, although the characters remained the same.Netscape plans to add the technology to new software that stores listings of people and resources on a central computer.
From Longman Business Dictionarylistinglist‧ing /ˈlɪstɪŋ/ noun1[countable]FINANCE when a company is on an official list of shares which can be bought on a particular stockmarketThe new company hopes to obtain a Milan stock exchange listing after merging with its main competitor last week. dual listing2listings [plural] a list of all the television programmes, plays, films etc that are on over a particular period of time showing the times and places for them3a list of figures, names etcHe has started posting monthly listings of how the company’s sales figures compare with our competitors.
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