line someone/something up


line someone/something up
Syn:
assemble, get together, organize, prepare, arrange, fix up, lay on, book, schedule, timetable

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  • line someone/something up — 1 they lined them up and shot them: ARRANGE IN LINES, put in rows, arrange in columns, align, range; Military dress. 2 we ve lined up an all star cast: ASSEMBLE, get together, organize, prepare, arrange, pre arrange …   Useful english dictionary

  • line someone/thing up — arrange people or things in a row. → line line someone/thing up have someone or something prepared. → line …   English new terms dictionary

  • hand someone something — tv. to tell someone something; to tell someone nonsense. □ Don’t hand me that stuff! That’s silly! □ She handed me a line about being a famous author …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • have a line on something — have a line on (someone/something) get a line on (someone/something) to get special information that will help you find someone or do something. She talked like she has a line on what it will take to win …   New idioms dictionary

  • get a line on something — get a line on (someone/something) American to get special information that will help you find someone or do something. Detectives hope to get a line on the suspect from the fingerprints he left …   New idioms dictionary

  • draw the line at something — draw the line at (something) if someone says that they draw the line at a particular way of behaving, they mean that they do not do it because they think it is wrong or too extreme. I know I swear a lot but I do draw the line at certain words. I… …   New idioms dictionary

  • tread a fine line between (something) — tread a fine/thin line between (something) if someone treads a fine line between a good quality and a bad quality, they succeed in having only the good quality. Somehow he manages to tread that fine line between honesty and tactlessness …   New idioms dictionary

  • tread a thin line between (something) — tread a fine/thin line between (something) if someone treads a fine line between a good quality and a bad quality, they succeed in having only the good quality. Somehow he manages to tread that fine line between honesty and tactlessness …   New idioms dictionary

  • bring someone/something into line — cause someone or something to conform the change in the law will bring Britain into line with Europe …   Useful english dictionary

  • line — 1. noun 1) he drew a line through the name Syn: stroke, dash, score, underline, underscore, slash, stripe, strip, band, belt; Brit. oblique 2) there were lines round her eyes Syn …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary