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  1. dock·et
    IPA[ˈdäkət]
  2. noun

    • 1. a calendar or list of cases for trial or people having cases pending.

    • 2. an agenda or list of things to be done.

    • 3. a document or label listing the contents of a package or delivery.

    verb

    • 1. enter (a case or suit) onto a list of those due to be heard:

      the case will go to the Supreme Court, and may be docketed for the fall term
    • 2. mark (goods or a package) with a document or label listing the contents.

    • 3. annotate (a letter or document) with a brief summary of its contents:

      he docketed the letter on the back in his distinctive writing
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: docket, plural noun: dockets

    • v.: verb: docket, 3rd person present: dockets, gerund or present participle: docketing, past tense: docketed, past participle: docketed

    • noun

      a document or label listing the contents of a consignment or package.

      a customs warrant certifying that duty has been paid on goods entering a country.

    • verb

      mark (a consignment or package) with a document or label listing the contents:

      annotate (a letter or document) with a brief summary of its contents:

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