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in-line British & World English

Having parts arranged in a line

in line British & World English

Under control

line-in British & World English

An input socket in an electrical device

fall in line British & World English

Conform with others

in line for British & World English

Likely to receive

in line with British & World English

In (or not in) alignment or accordance with

next in line British & World English

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

in-line engine British & World English

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

in-line skates British & World English

A pair of roller skates in which the wheels on each boot are fixed in a single line along its sole

in the line of duty British & World English

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

a line in the sand British & World English

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

jump the queue British & World English

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

jump the queue in jump British & World English

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

in line with in line1 British & World English

In (or not in) alignment or accordance with

next in line in next British & World English

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

in line in line1 English Thesaurus

the poor still had to stand in line for food stamps

a line in the sand in line1 British & World English

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

in the line of duty in line1 British & World English

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

in or out of line with in line1 British & World English

In (or not in) alignment or accordance with

in line for in line1 English Thesaurus

he was now in line for promotion

draw a line in the sand in line1 British & World English

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


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