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English definition of “line-up”

line-up

noun [C] uk   /ˈlaɪn.ʌp/ us  
UK a group of people that has been brought together to form a team or take part in an event: Several important changes are expected in the line-up for Thursday's match against Scotland. We've got a star-studded line-up of guests on tonight's show. Van Persie will be in the starting line-up (= the players that start a football game) for the home leg at Old Trafford. US for identity parade US the order in which the players in a baseball team hit the ball
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