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The batting order
to put in alignment; to put in correct adjustment for smooth running
Collectively, the members of a team

The manager fielded his strongest line-up for the game against United.

a physical or photographic queue of people allegedly involved in a crime
A line of people or vehicles, in which the individual at the front end is dealt with first, the one behind is dealt with next, and so on, and in which newcomers join at the end
1 (aka: "align") position/direct/orient the body and/or club toward an intended target 2 assessing the direction of a shot or putt Example: 1 She thought she had lined up straight but her shot was well right of the green 2 The gallery was quiet as Weir lined up his eagle putt "
number of suspects assembled to be identified by a witness or victim (generally at a police station); form a line
form a queue, form a line, stand in line; "Customers lined up in front of the store"
(1) The centering of the image in the camera at the film plane (2) The positioning of printed matter on a press sheet to top
form a line; "The buildings all line up neatly"
If you line one thing up with another, or one thing lines up with another, the first thing is moved into its correct position in relation to the second. You can also say that two things line up, or are lined up. You have to line the car up with the ones beside you Gas cookers are adjustable in height to line up with your kitchen work top Mahoney had lined up two of the crates When the images line up exactly, the projectors should be fixed in place All we have to do is to get the two pieces lined up properly. = align
place in a line or arrange so as to be parallel or straight; "align the car with the curb"; "align the sheets of paper on the table"
arrange in ranks; "dress troops"
to place vertically -- " when one number has fewer digits than the other, it is written with the units digit lined up " (81)
form a line; "The buildings all line up neatly
If you line things up, you move them into a straight row. I would line up my toys on this windowsill and play He finished polishing the cocktail glasses and lined them up behind the bar
1 ( also "align") position/direct/orient the body and/or club 2 assessing the direction of a shot or putt Example: She was lined up to the right even though she felt like she was square to the target 2 The gallery was quiet as Carmichael lined up his eagle putt
If people line up or if you line them up, they move so that they are standing in a line. The senior leaders lined up behind him in orderly rows The gym teachers lined us up against the cement walls When he came back the sergeant had lined up the terrorists
get something or somebody for a specific purpose; "I found this gadget that will serve as a bottle opener"; "I got hold of these tools to fix our plumbing"; "The chairman got hold of a secretary on Friday night to type the urgent letter"
If you line up an event or activity, you arrange for it to happen. If you line someone up for an event or activity, you arrange for them to be available for that event or activity. She lined up executives, politicians and educators to serve on the board of directors Bob Dylan is lining up a two-week UK tour for the New Year. see also line-up
line ups
plural form of line up
Alternative spelling of line up
a line of persons arranged by police for inspection or identification
The order in which models will appear during a fashion show
A line-up is a group of people or a series of things that have been gathered together to be part of a particular event. The programme is back for a new series with a great line-up of musicians and comedy acts
At a line-up, a witness to a crime tries to identify the criminal from among a line of people. He failed to identify Graham from photographs, but later picked him out of a police line-up. = identity parade
a list of the comics slated to perform
Anytime there is a throw-in, the two teams line-up The number one player of each team line-up side by side, facing the umpire with the ball The number two, three and four players line-up side by side in number order behind their number one player
The term used to describe the wave and swell formation at a surfing location
A list of stations airing a particular program
(baseball) a list of batters in the order in which they will bat; "the managers presented their cards to the umpire at home plate"
when having a common purpose or sentiment; as, the line-up at a ticket-office window; the line-up of political factions
{i} arrangement, order; group of people or things that are arranged in a line (i.e. to be inspected or identified); number of people or groups who have come together for a specific purpose
The accuracy with which elements of a compulsory figure are aligned with each other in accordance with the requirements for the figure
The nine players starting the game for a baseball team The order and positioning of the players is set before the game, usually by the head coach or manager Each position is represented by a number for scorekeeping purposes A player substituting or pinch hitting for a starting player must hit in that starting player's batting order position, unless substituted via a double switch
n the players' serving order, which reflects their starting locations on the court 首發陣容 (隊員站位輪次)。
n the players' serving order, which reflects their starting locations on the court
the players' serving order, which reflects their starting locations on the court
The formation of football players before the start or a restart of play; any arrangement of persons (rarely, of things), esp
line up

    Türkische aussprache

    layn ʌp


    line, queue


    /ˈlīn ˈəp/ /ˈlaɪn ˈʌp/


    [ 'lIn ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English; partly from Old French ligne, from Latin linea, from feminine of lineus made of flax, from linum flax; partly from Old English lIne; akin to Old English lIn flax; more at LINEN.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    line up with


    ... Please line up so we can get through them quickly. ...
    ... Line up and ask some questions. ...

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