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line

noun
 
/laɪn/
A2 a long, thin mark
linha
Sign your name on the line at the bottom. Draw a line around your hand.
B1 a row of words on a page, for example in a song or poem
verso
The same line is repeated throughout the poem.
B1 a track that a train travels along
linha, trilho (de trem)
Which train line do you take to work?
B1 US ( UK queue) a line of people waiting for something
fila
There was a long line of people outside the shop.
a connection between phones
linha, conexão
a piece of rope or wire with a special purpose
linha (de pesca, etc.)
a fishing line
a row of people or things
fileira
a line of trees
lines [plural] the marks that older people have on their faces, when the skin is loose
linhas, rugas
(Definition of line noun from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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