Definition of Playlist

1. Noun. A list of musical selections for performance or for broadcast by radio.

Exact synonyms: Play List
Generic synonyms: List, Listing



Definition of Playlist

1. Noun. A list of records from which a DJ may select records to be played on a radio programme. ¹

2. Noun. (computing) A list of tracks to be played in a particular sequence, as from an audio CD. ¹

3. Verb. (transitive) To include (a track) on a playlist. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Playlist

1. a list of recordings to be played on the air [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Playlist

playing fields
playing in
playing period
playing possum
playing the board
playings
playland
playlands
playleader
playleaders
playless
playlet
playlets
playlike
playline
playlist (current term)
playlisted
playlisting
playlistism
playlists
playlot
playlots
playmaker
playmakers
playmaking
playmakings
playmat
playmate
playmates
playmats

Literary usage of Playlist

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Software, Growth, and the Future of the U.S. Economy: Report of a Symposium by Dale Weldeau Jorgenson, Charles W. Wessner (2006)
"The reason that piracy exists is because consumers want music organized by a mix of tracks on a single playlist. The music industry has refused to provide ..."

2. Financial Or Intellectual Imperatives: Working Partnerships in Higher by Glenda Kruss (2006)
"Usually, a radio station has a top 10 or top 20 or even top 100 playlist, but it will then mention the songs that are 'bubbling under' - those that are ..."

3. Deptford.TV Diaries by , deptford.tv (2006)
"... playlist: Do-It- Yourself is extended to Compose-It-Yourself, The software consists of an online editorial interface to manage the actual TV programme, ..."

4. Software, Growth, and the Future of the U.S. Economy: Report of a Symposium by Dale Weldeau Jorgenson, Charles W. Wessner (2006)
"The reason that piracy exists is because consumers want music organized by a mix of tracks on a single playlist. The music industry has refused to provide ..."

5. Financial Or Intellectual Imperatives: Working Partnerships in Higher by Glenda Kruss (2006)
"Usually, a radio station has a top 10 or top 20 or even top 100 playlist, but it will then mention the songs that are 'bubbling under' - those that are ..."

6. Deptford.TV Diaries by , deptford.tv (2006)
"... playlist: Do-It- Yourself is extended to Compose-It-Yourself, The software consists of an online editorial interface to manage the actual TV programme, ..."

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