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list (someone or something) among
1. To categorize someone or something as belonging to a particular group. Of course I want him to be in my wedding—I list him among my very best friends. Honestly, I'd list it among the greatest films of the last century.
2. To include someone or something in a list or people or things. Often used in passive constructions. Be sure to list that antique among the items destroyed in the fire—we can get a decent amount of money for it from the insurance payout. She is listed among the company's beneficiaries, but I don't see any records of the payments you say were made to her.
list (someone or something) as one of (someone or something)
To include someone or something as one of the people or things on a list. Often used in passive constructions. Be sure to list that antique as one of the items destroyed in the fire—we can get a decent amount of money for it from the insurance payout. She is listed as one of the company's beneficiaries, but I don't see any records of the payments you say were made to her.
To enumerate the people or things on a list. A noun or pronoun can be used between "list" and "off." Once she began listing off all the things we needed to do for the wedding, it started to dawn on me how much work it was going to be. The local radio began listing names off of people who died in the attack.
list to (some direction)
To tilt or veer toward a particular side or direction. The boat began listing to starboard after all the crew and passengers crowded to see the whales on that side of the boat. He let go of the steering wheel and the car listed to the left.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.
list someone or something off
to recite a list of people or things, one by one. She listed everyone off in order without having to look at her notes. She listed off the names of the people who are always late. Dale listed each one off.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.