Definition of line up phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

line up

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb
 
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Phrasal Verbs
to stand in a line or row; to form a line Line up, children! Cars lined up waiting to board the ship.

    line somebody/somethingup

     
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  1. 1to arrange people or things in a straight line or row The suspects were lined up against the wall. He lined the bottles up along the shelf.
  2. 2 to arrange for an event or activity to happen, or arrange for somebody to be available to do something Mark had a job lined up when he left college. I have a lot lined up this week (= I'm very busy). She's lined up a live band for the party.

line somethingup (with something)

 
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to move one thing into a correct position in relation to another thing To get good TV reception, the dish must be accurately lined up with the satellite.