Definition of make a beeline for in English:

make a beeline for

Hurry directly to: the city commuters made a beeline for the bar
More example sentences
  • At this point, the focal point of the crowd rested on the door as everyone made a beeline for outside.
  • The lift bumped to a gentle stop at the ground floor and the doors opened, Catherine hurried out straight away and made a beeline for the exit.
  • Ever since the baby was born, visitors to the zoo are making a beeline for the hippo enclosure to see the new arrival.
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Pronunciation: ˈrɛtrə(ʊ)flɛks
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