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queuenoun [C]

uk   /kjuː/ us   /kjuː/ UK US line
B1 a line of people, usually standing or in cars, waiting for something: Are you in the queue for tickets? There was a long queue of traffic stretching down the road. If you want tickets you'll have to join the queue.disapproving It makes me mad when someone jumps the queue (= goes straight to the front).
a lot of people wanting something: There's a queue of companies wanting to sell the product.

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Things collected in lines or rings
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queueverb [I]

uk   /kjuː/ us   /kjuː/ UK US line, US line up, also UK queue up
B2 to wait in a line of people, often to buy something: Dozens of people were queueing up to get tickets. We had to queue for three hours to get in.
informal to want very much to do something: [+ to infinitive] There are thousands of young women queueing up to be models.

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queuenoun [C]

us   /kju/ esp. Br
a line of people or things waiting for something: There was a long queue for tickets at the theater.
queue
verb [I] us   /kju/
Fans queued up to buy tickets.
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queuenoun [C]

uk   /kjuː/ us  
UK US line a line of people who are waiting for something: There was a huge queue of people stretching down the road from the bank.
UK US line a number of people who want to do or have something: Rarely does a company that is suffering from such mismanagement attract a queue of eager buyers. She would not be a preferential creditor and would have to join the queue of other creditors.be at the front/back of the queue It's public-sector workers who are always at the back of the queue when pay rises are being handed out.be the first/last in the queue Fortunately, they were first in the queue of creditors.
IT a list of jobs that a computer has to do: a print queue
UK COMMUNICATIONS a number of people who are waiting to speak to someone on the phone: Please hold, you are in a queue and your call will be answered as soon as possible.
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queueverb

uk   /kjuː/ us   UK US stand in line, also UK queue up
[I] to join a line of people who are waiting for something: Private investors would regularly queue outside their banks in order to rush their application forms in before the deadline.
[I] to join a number of people who are waiting for or to do something: Competitors queue up to steal clients and key employees.
[T] IT to arrange tasks in order: The server will not allow me to queue print jobs.
(Definition of queue from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “queue”
en coreano 줄…
en árabe رَتْل, طابور…
in Malaysian barisan‘…
en francés file d’attente…
en ruso очередь…
en chino (tradicionál) (人或車排成的)隊,隊伍,行列, (想獲取某物的)許多人…
en italiano coda, fila…
en turco kuyruk, sıra…
en polaco kolejka…
en español cola, fila…
in Vietnamese hàng, lối…
en portugués fila…
in Thai คิว…
en alemán die Schlange…
en catalán cua…
en japonés 列, 行列…
en chino (simplificado) (人或车排成的)队,行列, (想获取某物的)许多人…
in Indonesian antrian…
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