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along the lines of sth

also along those lines
C2 similar in type: I was thinking of doing a meal along the lines of that dinner I did for Annie and Dave. They're campaigning for the electoral system to be reformed along the lines of (= so that it becomes similar to) the one in Germany.
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Translations of “along the lines of sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 类似于,与…近似…
in Chinese (Traditional) 類似於,與…近似…
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