The list presents the most recent version of the Database of Semantic Shifts, from which the major shifts were automatically extracted on 07/10/2020. It expands upon the earlier list taken from Bulakh 2013 870. The aim of of the Database of Semantic Shifts is to collect and classify semantic shifts attested in the languages of the world. The original data contains some ambiguous glosses enclosed in < and > symbols, which we deliberately ignored here. The network underlying the data is displayed in tabular form: the column LINKS contains the concepts (identified by their NUMBER) that show a shift with the given concept, the column WEIGHTS contains the weights for the links, and the column URLs contains those parts of the URL where the shifts can be found.