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Translation of "line" - English-Turkish dictionary

line

noun     /laɪn/
MARK [C]
A2 a long, thin mark çizgi, hat a horizontal/straight/vertical line Sign your name on the dotted line. Draw a line around your hand.Parts of geometrical shapes
ROW [C]
a row of people or things kuyruk, sıra, dizi a line of trees We formed two lines, men on one side and women on the other.Things collected in lines or ringsOrder and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
ROPE ETC [C]
a piece of rope or wire with a particular purpose ip, sicim, kordon, tel, olta, hat a clothes/fishing lineCords, ropes, cables and string
TELEPHONE [C]
B2 the connection between two telephones telefon hatları I've got Neil on the line for you (= waiting to speak to you). I'll be with you in a moment - could you hold the line (= wait), please?Communicating by telephone
WAITING [C, U] US ( UK queue)
a row of people waiting for something, one behind the other kuyruk, sıra We were standing in line for hours to get tickets.Things collected in lines or rings
SONG/POEM [C]
B1 a row of words on a page, for example in a song or poem satır, dizi, mısra The same line is repeated throughout the poem.Printing and word processingPieces of writing
lines
the words spoken by an actor in a performance oyuncunun söylediği sözler, replik, rol I don't know how actors remember all their lines.Casting, roles and scripts
OPINION [C]
the official opinion of an organization resmî fikir/düşünce/anlayış/tavır [usually singular] the government's line on immigrationOpinions, beliefs and points of view
along the lines of sth
based on and similar to something gibi, şeklinde; ...lerden He gave a talk along the lines of the one he gave in Oxford.Being based on or depending on somethingSimilar and the sameDescribing people with the same qualities
sb's line of reasoning/thinking, etc
your reasons for believing that something is true or right birinin akıl yürütme/düşünme vs. biçimi/sınırı/şekli Motives and reasons
PRODUCT [C]
a type of product that a company sells ürün çizgisi/serisi/yelpazesi/türü They're advertising a new line in garden furniture.Products and producersBuying and selling in general
DIRECTION [C]
the direction that something moves in hat, yol, güzergâh He can't kick the ball in a straight line.Railways and railway lines
lines
the marks that older people have on their faces, when the skin is loose yüzdeki çizgiler/kırışıklıklar Skin complaints and blemishes
BORDER [C] US
a border between two areas sınır, çizgi, hat the New York state lineFootball/soccerGeneral terms used in ball sportsContinents and regions of the worldCountry namesCountry and nation
be on the line
If someone's job is on the line, they may lose it. tehlikede/kaybetmek üzere olmak Firing staff and being fired
be in line for sth
to be likely to get something good, especially a job ...için sırada olmak; ...almaya hak kazanmış ve almak üzere olmak Possible and probable
be in line with sth
to be similar to and suitable for something bir sırada/aynı hizada olmak; uyum halinde/uygun olmak a pay increase in line with inflationSuitable and acceptableQuite good, or not very goodBeing or appearing similar or the same
→  See also the bottom line , dotted line , front line , hard line , draw the line at sth , toe the (party) line
(Definition of line noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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