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Definición de “line” en inglés


noun (APPROACH TO SUBJECT)    /laɪn/
C2 [C] a way of dealing with or thinking about something or someone: The government's official line has always been to refuse to negotiate with terrorists . The courts should take a tougher line with (= punish more severely ) sex offenders . Several Labour MPs disagree with their party's line on taxation . What sort of line (= method of arguing ) do you think we should take in the pay negotiations ? The police are confident that this new line of inquiry will lead them to the murderer . It seems inevitable that the country will be divided along ethnic lines.Ways of achieving thingsOpinions, beliefs and points of view line of reasoning, thinking, etc. C2 a way of thinking about a particular subject : We cannot agree with their line of reasoning .
(Definition of line noun (APPROACH TO SUBJECT) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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