Short-list



verb (used with object)
1.
to put on a short list.
noun
1.
a list of those people or items preferred or most likely to be chosen, as winnowed from a longer list of possibilities.
noun
1.
a list of suitable applicants for a job, post, etc, from which the successful candidate will be selected
verb (transitive)
2.
to put (someone) on a short list

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