playlist

[pley-list]
noun
1.
a list of the recordings to be played on the radio during a particular program or time period, often including their sequence, duration, etc.
2.
Digital Technology. an electronic file containing a list of audio or video files that can be played back on an MP3 player or other media player in a particular sequence: to create an iPod playlist.

Origin:
1960–65; play + list1

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playlist (ˈpleɪˌlɪst)
 
n
1.  a list of records chosen for playing, as on a radio station
2.  a list of tracks to be played in a particular order on an MP3 player or CD player
 
vb
3.  (tr) to put (a song or record) on a playlist

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Example sentences
Going to have to set a smart playlist to eliminate that.
The crew members pick the playlist, along with friends and family.
Holt and his team will be actively looking for the best playlist creators, whom
  they plan to publicize as tastemakers.
Chances are, you've made a playlist in the last few months.
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