English version

waiting list

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwaiting listˈwaiting list noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š LISTa list of people who have asked for something but who must wait before they can have itwaiting list for πŸ”Š There is still a three-month waiting list for the cars.on a waiting list πŸ”Š I was then put on a waiting list to see a specialist at the local hospital.
Examples from the Corpus
waiting listβ€’ I heard there's a waiting list to get into the school.β€’ The hospitals agreed to re-evaluate her, and Stanford put her on its waiting list last Thursday.β€’ Some new clients face a three-month waiting list.β€’ The national waiting list for kidneys alone is 37,468 people-or a queue about three years long.β€’ More than 38,000 people are on the waiting list for organs.put on a waiting listβ€’ I was then put on a waiting list to see the back specialist at the local hospital.
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