line up

This page is about the phrasal verb line up.

Meaning: If you line up, you join a line of people standing one behind the other, or side by side.

Synonym: queue up

For example:

  • line up The soldiers lined up and waited for the president to come and inspect them.

  • line up to do sth If you line up to get the tickets, I'll go and get some popcorn.

Quick Quiz:

You would normally have to line up

a. in your bed

b. in you bathroom

c. in your bank

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