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line

verb [T]
 
 
/laɪn/
to form a row along the side of something
yana yana dizilmek, bir hizada olmak, hat oluşturmak
Trees and cafes lined the street.Things collected in lines or rings
be lined with sth If a piece of clothing is lined with a material, its inside is covered with it.
astarlanmak, astar geçirmek
a jacket lined with furCovering and adding layers
Translations of “line”
in Arabic يُشَكِّل صَفًا…
in Korean 늘어서다…
in Malaysian membuat garisan…
in French ligner…
in Italian fiancheggiare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 形成一排, 沿著…形成一排…
in Russian стоять, тянуться вдоль чего-либо…
in Polish stać wzdłuż…
in Vietnamese đánh dấu…
in Spanish dibujar rayas…
in Portuguese forrar, arborizar…
in Thai ตีเส้น…
in German linieren…
in Catalan vorejar…
in Japanese (人、物)が一列にならぶ…
in Indonesian menggaris…
in Chinese (Simplified) 形成一排, 沿着…形成一排…
(Definition of line verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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