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lining British & World English

A layer of different material covering the inside surface of something

line1 British & World English

Stand or be positioned at intervals along

line2 British & World English

Cover the inside surface of (a container or garment) with a layer of different material

dry lining British & World English

A lining to an interior wall that does not need to be plastered

brake lining British & World English

A layer of hard material attached to a brake shoe or brake pad to increase friction against the drum or disc

price lining British & World English

The sale of a related range of products at different prices, each representing a distinct level of quality

every cloud has a silver lining British & World English

Every difficult or sad situation has a comforting or more hopeful aspect, even though this may not be immediately apparent

line up in line1 British & World English

(Of a number of people or things) stand or be arranged in a straight row

line up in line someone/thing up British & World English

(Of a number of people or things) stand or be arranged in a straight row

reline British & World English

Replace the lining of

flatline British & World English

(Of a person) die

interline1 British & World English

Insert words between the lines of (a document or other text)

interline2 British & World English

Put an extra lining between the ordinary lining and the fabric of (a garment, curtain, etc.), typically to provide extra strength

line out in line1 British & World English

Be caught out after hitting a line drive

line out British & World English

Be caught out after hitting a line drive

redline British & World English

Drive with (a car engine) at or above its rated maximum revolutions per minute

slacklining British & World English

The activity or sport of balancing on a rope or strip of webbing that is fixed high above the ground but not stretched so as to be taut

line something out in line1 British & World English

Transplant seedlings from beds into nursery lines, where they are grown before being moved to their permanent position

line someone/thing up in line1 British & World English

Arrange a number of people or things in a straight row

line something out British & World English

Transplant seedlings from beds into nursery lines, where they are grown before being moved to their permanent position

line someone/thing up British & World English

Arrange a number of people or things in a straight row

every cloud has a silver lining in silver British & World English

Every difficult or sad situation has a comforting or more hopeful aspect, even though this may not be immediately apparent

line one's pocket in line2 British & World English

Make money, especially by dishonest means

line one's stomach in line2 British & World English

Eat some food in preparation for a drinking session

line one's pocket British & World English

Make money, especially by dishonest means

line one's stomach British & World English

Eat some food in preparation for a drinking session

lining English Thesaurus

a cape with a fur lining

lining English-Spanish

forro masculine

lining paper New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

paper glued inside a book's cover

stomach lining English-Spanish

revestimiento

ranging numerals New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

numerals that align at the top and bottom, as

non-ranging numerals New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

numerals with ascenders and descenders, as

every cloud has a silver lining in cloud English-Spanish

no hay mal que por bien no venga