Significado de “line (sb) up” - en el Diccionario Inglés

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line (sb) up

phrasal verb with line uk /laɪn/ us /laɪn/ verb [ T ]

B2 to arrange people or things in a row or to stand in a row:

A fight broke out behind me as we lined up to receive our food rations.
The soldiers lined us up against a wall and I thought they were going to shoot us.

Más ejemplos

  • Politicians are lining up to congratulate her.
  • We were lined up and searched.
  • Line up quietly over here, please.
  • She lined up all her dolls on the bed.
  • They lined up to visit the mausoleum.

(Definición de line (sb) up del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)