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English definition of “line sth up”

line sth up

verb [T] uk phrasal verb with line   /laɪn/ us  
C1 to prepare, organize, or arrange something: Do you have anything exciting lined up for the weekend? I've lined up a meeting with them for tomorrow morning. [+ to infinitive] Do you have anyone lined up to do the catering at the Christmas party?
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