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  1. line

    • IPA[līn]

    美式

    • n.
      a long, narrow mark or band;a straight or curved continuous extent of length without breadth.
    • v.
      stand or be positioned at intervals along;mark or cover with lines
    • noun: line, plural noun: lines

    • verb: line, 3rd person present: lines, gerund or present participle: lining, past tense: lined, past participle: lined

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a long, narrow mark or band:

      a row of closely spaced dots will look like a continuous line

      I can't draw a straight line

    • 2. a straight or curved continuous extent of length without breadth.
    • 3. a direct course:

      the ball rose in a straight line

      her mouth set in an angry line

    • 4. a furrow or wrinkle in the skin of the face or hands.
    • 5. a contour or outline considered as a feature of design or composition:

      crisp architectural lines

      the artist's use of clean line and color

    • 6. (on a map or graph) a curve connecting all points having a specified common property.
    • 7. a line marking the starting or finishing point in a race.
    • 8. a line marked on a field or court that relates to the rules of a game or sport.
    • 9. the line of scrimmage.
    • 10. the equator.
    • 11. a notional limit or boundary:

      the issue of peace cut across class lines

      television blurs the line between news and entertainment

    • 12. each of the very narrow horizontal sections forming a television picture.
    • 13. a narrow range of the spectrum that is noticeably brighter or darker than the adjacent parts.
    • 14. the level of the base of most letters, such as h and x, in printing and writing.
    • 15. denoting an illustration or graphic consisting of lines and solid areas, with no gradation of tone:

      a line block

      line art

    • 16. each of (usually five) horizontal lines forming a staff in musical notation.
    • 17. a sequence of notes or tones forming an instrumental or vocal melody:

      a powerful melodic line

    • 18. a dose of a powdered narcotic or hallucinatory drug, especially cocaine or heroin, laid out in a line.
    • 19. a length of cord, rope, wire, or other material serving a particular purpose:

      wring the clothes and hang them on the line

      a telephone line

    • 20. a length of sterile tubing inserted into a vein or artery in order to provide temporary access, typically so as to administer fluids or withdraw blood:

      he's having an op this morning to put a line in his chest for IV drugs

    • 21. a telephone connection:

      she had a crank on the line

    • 22. a railroad track.
    • 23. a branch or route of a railroad system:

      the Philadelphia to Baltimore line

    • 24. a company that provides ships, aircraft, or buses on particular routes on a regular basis:

      a major shipping line

    • 25. a horizontal row of written or printed words.
    • 26. a part of a poem forming one row of written or printed words:

      each stanza has eight lines

    • 27. the words of an actor's part in a play or film.
    • 28. an amount of text or number of repetitions of a sentence written out as a school punishment.
    • 29. a row of people or things:

      a line of acolytes proceeded down the aisle

    • 30. a row or sequence of people or vehicles awaiting their turn to be attended to or to proceed.
    • 31. a connected series of people following one another in time (used especially of several generations of a family):

      we follow the history of a family through the male line

    • 32. (in football, hockey, etc.) a set of players in the forwardmost positions for offense or defense.
    • 33. one of the positions on the line of scrimmage.
    • 34. a series of related things:

      the bill is the latest in a long line of measures to protect society from criminals

    • 35. a range of commercial goods:

      the company intends to hire more people and expand its product line

    • 36. the point spread for sports events on which bets may be made.
    • 37. an area or branch of activity:

      the stresses unique to their line of work

    • 38. a direction, course, or channel:

      he opened another line of attack

      lines of communication

    • 39. a manner of doing or thinking about something:

      you can't run a business on these lines

      the superintendent was thinking along the same lines

    • 40. an agreed-upon approach; a policy:

      the official line is that there were no chemical attacks on allied troops

    • 41. a false or exaggerated account or story:

      he feeds me a line about this operation

    • 42. a connected series of military fieldworks or defenses facing an enemy force:

      raids behind enemy lines

    • 43. an arrangement of soldiers or ships in a column or line formation; a line of battle.
    • 44. regular army regiments (as opposed to auxiliary forces or household troops).
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. stand or be positioned at intervals along:

      a processional route lined by people waving flags

    • 2. mark or cover with lines:

      a thin woman with a lined face

      lined paper

    • 3. hit a line drive.
    • n. a layer of different material covering the inside surface of something:

    • a lining of fireproof insulation

      lining paper

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    • n. a layer of different material covering the inside surface of something:

    • self-clean oven linings

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    • n.
      a chief railroad line:
    • a main-line station
    • v.
      inject (a drug) intravenously:
    • Mariella mainlines cocaine five to seven times a day

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    • n.
      a chief railway line:
    • a main-line station
    • v.
      inject (a drug) intravenously:
    • Mariella mainlines cocaine five times a day

      he started mainlining on heroin

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    • n. a group of people or things brought together for a particular purpose, especially the members of a sports team or a group of musicians or other entertainers:

    • the instrumental line-up is piano, drums, and lead and bass guitar

      a talented batting line-up

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    • adj. having parts arranged in a line:

    • a 24-valve in-line 6-cylinder engine

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    • IPA[lʌɪn]

    英式

    • n.
      a long, narrow mark or band:
    • a row of closely spaced dots will look like a continuous line

      I can't draw a straight line

    • v.
      stand or be positioned at intervals along:
    • a processional route lined by people waving flags

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    • IPA[līn]

    美式

    • v.
      cover the inside surface of (a container or garment) with a layer of different material:
    • a basket lined with polyethylene

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    • IPA[lʌɪn]

    英式

    • v.
      cover the inside surface of (a container or garment) with a layer of different material:
    • a basket lined with polythene

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  2. 知識+

    • along the lines of

      along the lines of 是一個將同類的東西聚集的用詞 例: A: What have you ... not home? 你媽不在時你都吃什麼? B: Something along the lines of burgers and pizza. Basically, I've been...

    • my line?是什麼意思?line有其他特別用法嗎?

      line也可以是台詞的意思. A:在這種時候說這些話並"不公平." B:"不公平"是我的台詞...不公平,讓B不爽,所以B才說不公平才是B該說的 (這是我的推測啦.) 2008-01-18 21:05:55 補充: line意思很多,也有分動詞跟名詞,yahoo字典給你做參考,看名詞的第十七個例子: http://tw.dictionary.yahoo.com/search?ei=...

    • Transmission Lines 原文翻譯..

      ...of wires are often used as transmission lines for relatively low frequencies, because of their...-circuit board traces exhibit trans-mission-line effects. Often these traces ...