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line sb/sth up

phrasal verb with line
 
 
/laɪn/ verb [T]
to organize something: My editor lined up an interview with the CEO. The limited company has lined up an investment ten times larger than its previous funding round.line sth up for sb The teacher said she had lined up an internship for one of her bright female students.
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