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do a line with

Definition of do a line with in English:

Irish & NZ informal Have a regular romantic or sexual romantic relationship with (someone): I knew if I went home for Christmas I’d have to pretend I was doing a line with some man
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  • They danced with us early in the night and after their social responsibilities to us were over, they went off to dance with whomever they were doing a line with, or women of their own age.
  • Veronica told her that in the four years she had been doing a line with Andy, she never risked bringing him inside the door in case Jacko had drink in him.
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