Line

Namn



line

lines

Substantiv
Vanligast allmänt
line
A piece of string, rope or wire used for a particular puspose.
  • "Washing line"
  • "Power line"
  • "Fishing line"

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The direction or path something or someone moves.
  • "He was so drunk he couldn't walk in a straight line"

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a formation of people or things one after another.
  • "the line of soldiers advanced with their bayonets fixed"
  • "the line stretched clear around the corner"
  • Svenska
  • [ allmänt ]
  • rad

Synonymer

a long thin mark on the surface if something
  • "Draw a second line parallel to the first."
a linear string of words, making a short message..
  • "She asked me to drop a line when I'd get there, and just finished writting that messages."
  • "the letter consisted of three short lines"

Synonymer

militärväsen
a fortified position (especially one marking the most forward position of troops)
  • "they attacked the enemy's line"
a way of thinking, talking or finding out about something.
  • "My idea is something along those lines"
  • "I can't follow your line of reasoning"

Synonymer

  • "Mr Nelson comes from a long line of carpenters, dating back to his great great grandfather"

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line
a type of work or area of interest
  • "what line of business are you in exactly?"

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sport
in games or sports; a mark indicating positions or bounds of the playing area
a border between two regions, as well as an imaginary limit or border between two situations or conditions
  • "the country is still divided along ethnic lines"
  • "there's a fine line between sanity and insanity"
  • "the line between Northern Ireland and the Republic"

Synonymer

handel
several products forming a set, for example because they are all of the same type or all produced by the same company
  • "the company is broadening its product lines to attract more buyers."
  • "their new perfume line"

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teater

Line

Namn

line

line

lines

lined

lined

lining

Verb
cover the interior of, as of garments: :lined gloves"
  • "How much would it cost to have this jacket lined?"
  • "The tailor lined the overcoat with silk"
  • "Lined envelopes"
be in line with; form a line along; of trees along a river, etc.

Synonymer

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mark with lines
  • "sorrow had lined his face"
mark with lines, draw lines on
  • "The paper was lined"
fill plentifully
  • "line one's pockets"

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reinforce with fabric

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