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line in Bengali বাংলা

line in Dogri डोगरी

line in Hindi हिन्दी

line in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ

line in Kashmiri कॉशुर

line in Konkani कोंकणी

line in Maithili মৈথিলী

line in Malayalam മലയാളം

line in Nepali नेपाली

line in Punjabi ਪੰਜਾਬੀ

line in Santali

line in Telugu తెలుగు

line in Urdu اُردُو

line in English

  • line adj. lineless.

  • line Adonic verse orline,
    a verse or line consisting of a dactyl and a spondee or a trochee.

  • line expr. all along the line, at every point; everywhere.
    Ex. This car has given us trouble all along the line. ... has therefore been compelled to lower its sights all along the line (New Yorker).

  • line expr. bring into line, to cause to agree or conform.
    Ex. to bring a theory into line with the facts.

  • line expr. come into line, to agree; conform.
    Ex. The radical wing of the party came into line as soon as financial support of their candidate was threatened.

  • line expr. down the line, the whole way; as far as possible; to the end.
    Ex. Many Democrats ... have promised to fight him down the line on these [proposals] (New York Times).

  • line expr. draw a (or the) line, to set a limit.
    Ex. They know how to draw the line between private and public feeling (London Examiner).

  • line expr. get (or have) a line on, (Informal.) to get or have information about.
    Ex. The ""economic diagnosticians"" have been busy ... studying the consumer ... to get a line both on what is happening and what may happen (Petroleum and Chemical Transp

  • line expr. hold the line, to prevent or resist successfully a threatened change, such as an increase in prices.
    Ex. Space officials, for the first time in six years, plan to hold the line or even trim budget requests for new funds (Wall Street Journal).

  • line expr. in line with, in agreement with.
    Ex. This plan is in line with their thinking.

  • line expr. in line,
    a. in alignment; in a row.
    Ex. The children are all in line.
    b. (Figurative.) in agreement.
    Ex. Our thoughts on this subject are pretty much in line.
    c. (Figurative.) ready.
    Ex. in line for action.

  • line expr. lay (or put) on the line, (U.S. Slang.)
    a. to produce or present fully, without suppressing anything.
    Ex. Next time a full-scale hearing will be laid on the line (New York Times).
    b. to speak frankly; say openly.
    Ex. An ar

  • line expr. line one's pocket. See under pocket.

  • line expr. line out,
    a(1). (Baseball.) to hit a line drive which is caught.
    Ex. Mantle lined out to the shortstop.
    (2). (Rugby.) to put the ball in play by a lineout.
    Ex. The forward must always be ready to line out and face his man.

  • line expr. line up,
    a. to form a line; form into a line.
    Ex. Cars are lined up along the road for a mile. The horses lined up for the start of the race.
    b. to make available or accessible.
    Ex. The theater agent lined up backers for t

  • line expr. lines,
    a. outline; contour.
    Ex. a car of fine lines.
    b. a plan of construction.
    Ex. two books written along the same lines.
    c. a double row (front and rear rank) of soldiers.
    Ex. The lines of infantry are bein

  • line expr. on a line, even; level.
    Ex. The walk is on a line with the road.

  • line expr. on the line,
    a. in between; neither one thing nor the other.
    Ex. Politically, he is on the line, choosing to avoid both the right and the left.
    b. approximately on a level with the eye.
    Ex. a painting hung on the line. <

  • line expr. out of line,
    a. in disagreement; not in harmony.
    Ex. For some time it has been felt that the share capital of the Company was out of line with the capital employed in the business (London Times).
    b. behaving improperly.

  • line expr. read between the lines, to get more from the words than they say; find a hidden meaning.
    Ex. They do not say as much to their secret selves; but you can read between the lines these words--""What a weariness it is!"" (Charles H. Spurgeon).

  • line expr. the line,
    a. the equator.
    Ex. The sun crosses the line at the equinoxes. We were in the latitude of 12 degrees 35 minutes south of the line (Daniel Defoe).
    b. the regular army or navy; the soldiers or ships that do all the fight

  • line expr. toe the line (or mark),
    a. to conform to a certain standard of duty, conduct, or performance.
    Ex. If he refuses to toe the line, he will be accused of departing from the agreed decisions of the official leadership (Guardian Weekly).

  • line line (1), noun, verb, lined,lining.

  • line line (2), verb, lined,lining,noun.

  • line loxodromic curve orline
    a line on the surface of a sphere cutting all meridians at the same angle, such as that formed by the path of a ship whose course is constantly directed to the same point of the compass in a direction oblique to the equator;

  • line noun the long parallel fibers of flax, used in making fine linen.

  • line noun 1. a piece of rope, cord, string, thread, or wire.
    Ex. a telegraph line, to hang wash on a line. Reins are sometimes called lines.
    2. a cord for measuring or making level. A plumb line has a plumb at the end of a line and is used to fin

  • line Plimsoll mark orline,
    one of a set of marks or lines on the hull of a ship that show how deep it may ride in the water, under varying conditions of water temperature and weather, after loading. A Plimsoll mark is required on British merchant ships a

  • line v.i. 1. to form a line; take a position in a line; range.
    2. (Baseball.) to line out.
    Ex. The batter lined to the first baseman.

  • line v.t. 1. to mark with lines.
    Ex. to line a column in red and one in green. Please line your paper with a pencil and ruler.
    2. to cover with lines.
    Ex. a face lined with age.
    3. to arrange in a line; bring into a line or row; alig

  • line v.t. 1. to put a layer of material, such as paper, cloth, or felt, inside of (a dress, hat, box, bag, or other article); cover the inner side of with something.
    Ex. to line a coat with sheepskin, to line a fireplace with brick. ... a great library

line in Gujarati


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