- 1A chief railroad line: [as modifier]: a main-line stationMore example sentences
- The Alcan company shipped its bauxite from Port Esquiville, a short distance from Bodies, utilising the existing main-line railway.
- At the same time, 24 major projects were successfully achieved and BR became the only profitable main-line railway in Europe.
- Virgin main-line trains made additional stops, too.
- 1.1North American A chief road or street.More example sentences
- This applied particularly to the main lines of turnpike road constructed before 1811.
- Each main line busway passenger must pay Rp 2,500 for a one-way trip.
- At first I was riding the main line through the braking bumps, and the suspension, as always, was still super smooth.
verb(mainline) [with object] • informal Back to top
- Inject (a drug) intravenously: Mariella mainlines cocaine five to seven times a dayMore example sentences
- Her performance electrifies the story of the model who died of the virus she probably picked up by mainlining heroin.
- It begins with the great detective, Sherlock Holmes, mainlining on a 7% solution of cocaine.
- She had mainlined morphine, but never more than 10 cc.
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- Except for age, there are significant differences between mainliners and fundamentalists on all independent variables.
- But the mainliners are quiet - and their numbers are diminishing so fast, they're not sure they'd be heard if they screamed.
- Most mainliners do not view modern culture as inherently inimical to religious belief.
More definitions of Main LineDefinition of main line in:
- The British & World English dictionary