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Line tarimas:

  • /lain/

Line audio:

Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: Mathematics A geometric figure formed by a point moving along a fixed direction and the reverse direction.
  • noun: A thin continuous mark, as that made by a pen, pencil, or brush applied to a surface.
  • noun: A similar mark cut or scratched into a surface.
  • noun: A crease in the skin, especially on the face; a wrinkle.
  • noun: A real or imaginary mark positioned in relation to fixed points of reference.
  • noun: A degree or circle of longitude or latitude drawn on a map or globe.
  • noun: The equator. Used with the.
  • noun: A border or boundary: the county line.
  • noun: A demarcation: a line of darker water beyond the reef.
  • noun: A contour or an outline: the line of the hills against the evening sky.
  • noun: A mark used to define a shape or represent a contour.
  • noun: Any of the marks that make up the formal design of a picture.
  • noun: A cable, rope, string, cord, or wire.
  • noun: Nautical A rope used aboard a ship.
  • noun: A fishing line.
  • noun: A clothesline.
  • noun: A cord or tape used, as by builders or surveyors, for measuring, leveling, or straightening.
  • noun: A pipe or system of pipes for conveying a fluid: gas lines.
  • noun: An electric-power transmission cable.
  • noun: A wire or system of wires connecting telephone or telegraph systems.
  • noun: An open or functioning telephone connection: tried to get a free line.
  • noun: A passenger or cargo system of public or private transportation, as by ship, aircraft, or bus, usually over a definite route.
  • noun: A company owning or managing such a system.
  • noun: A railway track or system of tracks.
  • noun: A particular section of a railway network: the Philadelphia-Trenton line.
  • noun: A course of progress or movement; a route: a line of flight.
  • noun: A general method, manner, or course of procedure: different lines of thought; took a hard line on defense.
  • noun: A manner or course of procedure determined by a specified factor: development along socialist lines.
  • noun: An official or prescribed policy: the party line.
  • noun: A general concept or model. Often used in the plural: a trilogy along the lines of the Oresteia.
  • noun: A condition of agreement; alignment: brought the front wheels into line; a wage agreement in line with current inflation.
  • noun: One's trade, occupation, or field of interest: What line of work are you in?
  • noun: Range of competence: not in my line.
  • noun: Merchandise or services of a similar or related nature: carries a complete line of small tools.
  • noun: A group of persons or things arranged in a row or series: long lines at the box office; a line of stones.
  • noun: Ancestry or lineage.
  • noun: A series of persons, especially from one family, who succeed each other: a line of monarchs; comes from a long line of bankers.
  • noun: A strain, as of livestock or plants, developed and maintained by selective breeding.
  • noun: A sequence of related things that leads to a certain ending: a line of argument.
  • noun: An ordered system of operations that allows a sequential manufacture or assembly of goods at all or various stages of production.
  • noun: The personnel of an organization or a business who actually make a product or perform a service.
  • noun: A horizontal row of printed or written words or symbols.
  • noun: One of the horizontal scans forming a television image.
  • noun: A brief letter; a note: I'll drop you a line.
  • noun: A unit of verse ending in a visual or typographic break and generally characterized by its length and meter: a line of iambic pentameter.
  • noun: The dialogue of a theatrical presentation, such as a play. Often used in the plural: spent the weekend learning her lines.
  • noun: Informal Glib or insincere talk, usually intended to deceive or impress: He kept on handing me a line about how busy he is.
  • noun: Chiefly British A marriage certificate.
  • noun: Chiefly British A usually specified number of lines of prose or verse to be written out by a pupil as punishment.
  • noun: Games A horizontal demarcation on a scorecard in bridge dividing the honor score from the trick score.
  • noun: A source of information.
  • noun: The information itself: got a line on the computer project.
  • noun: Music One of the five parallel marks constituting a staff.
  • noun: A sustained melodic or harmonic part in a piece: a rock song with a driving bass line.
  • noun: A formation in which elements, such as troops, tanks, or ships, are arranged abreast of one another.
  • noun: The battle area closest to the enemy; the front.
  • noun: The combat troops or warships at the front, arrayed for defense or offense.
  • noun: The regular forces of an army or a navy, in contrast to staff and support personnel.
  • noun: The class of officers in direct command of warships or of army combat units.
  • noun: A bulwark or trench.
  • noun: An extended system of such fortifications or defenses: the Siegfried line.
  • noun: Sports A foul line.
  • noun: Sports A real or imaginary mark demarcating a specified section of a playing area or field.
  • noun: Sports A real or imaginary mark or point at which a race begins or ends.
  • noun: Sports The center and two wings making up a hockey team's offensive unit.
  • noun: Football Sports A line of scrimmage.
  • noun: Football Sports The linemen considered as a group.
  • noun: Informal The odds a bookmaker gives, especially for sports events.
  • noun: The proportion of an insurance risk assumed by a particular underwriter or company.
  • noun: Slang A small amount of cocaine arranged in a thin, usually tightly rolled strip for sniffing.
  • noun: Archaic One's lot or position in life.
  • verb-transitive: To mark, incise, or cover with a line or lines.
  • verb-transitive: To represent with lines.
  • verb-transitive: To place in a series or row.
  • verb-transitive: To form a bordering line along: Small stalls lined the alley.
  • verb-transitive: Baseball To hit (a ball) sharply so that it flies low and fast.
  • verb-intransitive: Baseball To hit a line drive: lined out to shortstop.
  • phrasal-verb: line up To arrange in or form a line.
  • phrasal-verb: line up Football To take one's position in a formation before a snap or kickoff.
  • phrasal-verb: line up To organize and make ready: lined up considerable support for the bill.
  • idiom: all along the line In every place.
  • idiom: all along the line At every stage or moment.
  • idiom: down the line All the way; throughout: Errors are to be found down the line.
  • idiom: down the line At a point or an end in the future.
  • idiom: in line for Next in order for: in line for the presidency.
  • idiom: on the line Ready or available for immediate payment.
  • idiom: on the line So as to be risked; in jeopardy: "Careers were on the line once again” ( Seymour M. Hersh).
  • idiom: out of line Uncalled-for; improper.
  • idiom: out of line Unruly and out of control.
  • verb-transitive: To fit a covering to the inside surface of: a coat lined with fur.
  • verb-transitive: To cover the inner surface of: Moisture lined the walls of the cave.
  • verb-transitive: To fill plentifully, as with money or food.
  • idiom: line (one's) pockets To make a profit, especially by illegitimate means.

Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • it is not in my line a) tai ne mano kompetencijoje
  • tai manęs nedomina
  • to take a strong line energingai veikti
  • riba
  • užtvara
  • brūkšnys
  • eilutė
  • eilė (parduotuvėje)
  • I v
  • įdėti pamušalą
  • linija
  • padengti iš vidinės pusės II
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