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in-line US English

Having parts arranged in a line

in line US English

Under control

in line in line1 US English

Under control

line-in US English

An input socket in an electrical device

cut in line in cut US English

Push into a line of people in order to be served or dealt with before one’s turn

cut in line US English

Push into a line of people in order to be served or dealt with before one’s turn

fall in line in fall US English

Conform with others or with accepted behavior

fall in line US English

Conform with others or with accepted behavior

in line for in line1 US English

Likely to receive

in line with in line1 US English

In (or not in) alignment or accordance with

in line for US English

Likely to receive

in line with US English

In (or not in) alignment or accordance with

next in line in next US English

Immediately below the present holder of a position in order of succession

next in line US English

Immediately below the present holder of a position in order of succession

in-line engine US English

A type of internal combustion engine used chiefly in aircraft, having its cylinders arranged in a row

in-line skate US English

A roller skate in which the wheels are fixed in a single line along the sole of the boot

in the line of duty in line1 US English

While one is working (used mainly of police officers, firefighters, or soldiers)

a line in the sand in line1 US English

(State that one has reached) a point beyond which one will not go

in the line of duty US English

While one is working (used mainly of police officers, firefighters, or soldiers)

a line in the sand US English

(State that one has reached) a point beyond which one will not go

jump the queue US English

Cut in line

firing line US English

A position where one is subject to criticism or blame because of one’s responsibilities or position

to cut in line in cut English-Spanish

colarse familiar/colloquial, saltarse

to cut in line in cut in English-Spanish

colarse familiar/colloquial, saltarse

to get in line in line English-Spanish

ponerse* en la cola

on-line check-in in on-line English-Spanish

facturación f en línea


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