waitlist

wait·list

 (wāt′lĭst′)
n.
A waiting list.
tr.v. wait·list·ed, wait·list·ing, wait·lists
To put on a waiting list.
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waitlist

(ˈweɪtˌlɪst)
n
a waiting list
vb (tr)
to place on a waiting list; to create a waiting list for
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wait•list

(ˈweɪtˌlɪst)

v.t.
1. to place on a waiting list: I was waitlisted for the next flight.
n.
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Translations

waitlist

(US)
nWarteliste f
vt to be waitlistedauf der Warteliste stehen
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This meta-analysis concluded that counseling and psychotherapy generally have a small to medium effect in treating anxiety in school-aged youth for termination (waitlist [k = 55; n = 2,959] d = .60[.52-.68]; placebo [k = 14; n = 867] d = .57[.42-.72]; treatment-as-usual [k = 10; n = 371] d = .32[.14-.50]; single group [k = 39; n = 889] d = .42(.37-.48]; and followup (waitlist [k = 22; n = 1,039] d = .51[.39-.63]; placebo [k = 2; n = 134] d = .73[.42-1.03]; treatment-as-usual [k = 9; n = 327] d=.21 [.02-.44]; single group [k = 36; n = 788] d = .58[.51-.65]).
The House Veterans Affairs Committee voted unanimously to subpoena all emails and other records in which Shinseki and other VA officials may have discussed destruction of what the committee called ''an alternate or interim waitlist'' for veterans seeking care in Phoenix.
Participants were randomly assigned to either Qigong exercise or waitlist. Randomization was done using computer-generated random numbers.
The global liver allocation system in use until 2002 was based on the Child-Turcotte-Pugh (CTP) scale and other scores as well as on the waiting time; the system became the major discriminator of patients on the waitlist without reflecting their actual liver dysfunction.