whitelist

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From white +‎ list.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

whitelist (plural whitelists)

  1. (law) A list or collection of people or entities that are known, trusted, or explicitly permitted.

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Verb[edit]

whitelist (third-person singular simple present whitelists, present participle whitelisting, simple past and past participle whitelisted)

  1. To place on a whitelist; to mark or note a person or entity as trustworthy or acceptable.
    The email program allows you to whitelist email from known sources.