Definition of cut in line in English:

cut in line

North American Push into a line of people in order to be served or dealt with before one’s turn.
More example sentences
  • We assume our next guest won't be cutting in line either.
  • Because they were sweet little old ladies, neither me nor the other lady said anything to them about cutting in line.
  • Right now, you might want to be careful about cutting in line in front of a middle-aged woman.
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