English → English - line up

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number of suspects assembled to be identified by a witness or victim (generally at a police station); form a line

English → Spanish - line up

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alinear

English → French - line up

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défilé d'identification; se mettre en rang

English → German - line up

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Schlange stehen

English → Indonesian - line up

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v. membariskan, memperderetkan, antre, berbaris, berderet-deret

English → Italian - line up

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allineamento, schieramento; (Mil) schieramento prima della battaglia; (Sport) formazione

English → Polish - line up

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v. uszeregować, uszeregować się, ustawiać się w kolejce

English → Portuguese - line up

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alinhamento; fila; formação de jogadores no momento de começar o jogo

English → Romanian - line up

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n. poziţie

English → Russian - line up

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выстраивать, строить в ряд, выстраиваться, строиться в ряд, становиться в очередь; тянуться вдоль; строй, расстановка сил; расположение игроков перед началом игры, состав команды

English → Turkish - line up

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sıraya girmek, sıralamak, düzenlemek, kurmak, sıralanmak

English → Ukrainian - line up

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v. лінія: шикуватися в лінію, черга: ставати в чергу, рівняти, рівнятися

English → Dutch - line up

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een rij vormen; in rij staan

English → Greek - line up

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παράταξη

English → Arabic - line up

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‏إنتظم في صف‏

English → Chinese - line up

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整队

English → Chinese - line up

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整隊

English → Hindi - line up

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v. क़तार बांधना, तांता बंधना

English → Japanese - line up

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…が1列に並ぶ; 整列する

English → Korean - line up

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일렬로 세우다, 일렬로 늘어서다

English → Vietnamese - line up

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v. sắp thành hàng, sắp hàng

Definition of line up

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Verb
1. To put in alignment; to put in correct adjustment for smooth running
2. To put things in a line
3. To get into a line
4. To start a game in a certain position on the playing field.
5. To make arrangements for an event.
A number of famous actors and musicians have been lined up for the celebrations.
6. To support a group or movement.
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