When I watch movies, I usually hear one person say to another a short phrase with the structure "noun + past participle" in the conversation. Here's two examples:
I can understand that they mean "I deny your request" and "I approve your permission." I often see such a sentence structure in news headlines such as: "Woman killed in the conflict" or "Child found in an empty house", but seldom see such usage in spoken English. If this usage is correct, can I say "two pairs of shoes wanted" to a salesman when I visit a shop?