例句1. he drew a line through the name
例句2. there were new lines round her eyes and mouth
例句3. he headed the ball over the line
例句4. he put the washing on the line
例句5. a line of soldiers
例句7. it seemed to be the latest in a long line of crass decisions
Indeed, between 1989 and 1997, x million immigrants lived below the poverty line , accounting for 75% of the newly increased poor population in the country
Technical requirement for optical line terminals at 2048kibt/s,8448kbit/s,34368kbit/s,139264kbit/s
Technical requirement for digital line systems on optical fibre cables at 4X139264kbit/s
Requirement for 160kbit/s subscriber line digital multigain equipment joined to national public telecommunication network
Residual current operated circuit-breakers without integral over current protection for household and similar uses(RCCB)--Part 2.1: Applicability of the general rules to RCCB functionally independent of line voltage
Residual current operated circuit-breakers without integral overcurrent protection for household and similar uses (RCCB)--Part 2.2: Applicability of the general rules to RCCB functionally dependent on line voltage
Residual current operated circuit-breakers with integral overcurrent protection for household and similar uses (RCBO)Part 2.1: Applicability of the general rules to RCBO functionally independent of line voltage
Residual current operated circuit-breakers with integral overcurrent protection for household and similar uses(RCBO)Part 2.2: Applicability of the general rules to RCBO functionally dependent on line voltage
Inband pulsing single frequency line signalling system for telephone automatic switching network
Subscriber line signalling system for telephone automatic switching network
Interoffice junction digital line signalling system for telephone automatic switching network
The protecting distance between overhead power line and receiving station of AM broadcasting
Office machines and data processing equipments--Line spacings and character spacings
see to it that our basic line , principles and policies are continued and kept stable
Ensure that the whole Party will carry out Comrade Deng Xiaoping′s behest and march unswervingly and triumphantly along the correct line adopted since the Third Plenary Session of the 11th Central Committee.
I don′t care where we go as long as we don′t have to stand in line .
DO NOT thread, plug or cap the discharge line . Leave an air gap of approximately six (6)inches between the end of the discharge line and a drain pan.
The DC capacitor will not be used in across-the-line circuit.
The line of the lie detector began to dance.
Marks for urban public transport-Line number plate of bus,trolley bus and tram
Marks for urban public transport--Graphic symbols for circulation line
Dash line liquor circulating dyeing machine
the freight index for the line to Japan dropped sharply last week, registering a slump of 40 percent, only 14 points higher than this year′s record low of 812.75 points.
When using a capacitor across-the-line as means for prevention of noise, not only the supply voltage is always applied ,but also abnormal surge such as lighting is applied ,which may lead to smoking or firing.
Hold the line . I′ll see if he is in.
communication line adapter for teletype (CLAT)
“The red lead (with the in-line fuse)of the supplied power cord is to be a ”hot“ (positive)wire, and the black lead to ground.”
The test methods for the technical specifications of subscriber line signalling for automatic telephone switching network
1.(in football, hockey, etc.) the goal line.
‘Dunne was on hand to bundle the ball over the _line_ ’
‘video evidence suggests the ball did not cross the _line_ ’
2.(on a map or graph) a curve connecting all points having a specified common property.
‘One can look at mathematical collaborations as a graph - an array of points connected by _lines_ .’
‘The screen pulled up in front of her shows a slightly fluctuating graph with two thin _lines_ .’
3.A branch or route of a railway system.
‘the Glasgow to London _line_ ’
‘Meanwhile a public notice alerted the public to a meeting to raise interest in extending the railway _line_ to Kettlewell.’
4.A company that provides ships, aircraft, or buses on particular routes on a regular basis.
‘a major shipping _line_ ’
‘Scottish shipping _lines_ did well out of the migration, taking Jews to the east of Scotland and then on across the Atlantic from the Clyde.’
5.A connected series of military fieldworks or defences facing an enemy force.
‘raids behind enemy _lines_ ’
‘As defeat stared him in the face he ordered his cavalry to cut their way through the enemy _lines_ and escape to Plymouth.’
6.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_ ’
‘Boys were desirable because they carried on the family name, which was passed on through the male _line_ .’
7.A contour or outline considered as a feature of design or composition.
‘crisp architectural _lines_ ’
‘the artist’s use of clean _line_ and colour’
8.A direct course.
‘the ball rose in a straight _line_ ’
‘A properly set alignment must always be in a direct _line_ with the intended target.’
9.A direction, course, or channel.
‘he opened another _line_ of attack’
‘Smoke alarms are the first _line_ of defence against fire and international research indicates that a working smoke alarm reduces the risk of death in a fire by nearly 50%.’
10.A dose of a powdered narcotic drug, especially cocaine, laid out in a line ready to be taken.
‘They’d laid out little _lines_ of the white powder on a mirror.’
‘He bent his head back to the powder and inhaled the _line_ through the straw.’
11.A false or exaggerated remark or story.
‘he fed me a _line_ about some nightclubbing Japanese photographer’
‘none of my chat-up _lines_ ever worked’
12.A furrow or wrinkle in the skin, especially on the face.
‘there were new _lines_ round her eyes and mouth’
‘laughter _lines_ ’
13.A horizontal row of written or printed words.
‘take the cursor up one _line_ and press the delete key’
‘Vary the paragraph sizes and limit each paragraph to four or five _lines_ max.’
14.A length of cord, rope, wire, or other material serving a particular purpose.
‘Lily pegged the washing on the _line_ ’
‘Harris had become so weak that he could not reach a rescue _line_ that landed in the water two feet away from him.’
15.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’
16.A line marking the starting or finishing point in a race.
‘a good position at the start _line_ will put you in the front rank on the first leg’
‘It was great to see so many young athletes on the starting _line_ for every race.’
17.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_ ’
18.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_ ’
19.A narrow range of the spectrum that is noticeably brighter or darker than the adjacent parts.
‘Each of the _lines_ in a spectral series corresponds to a characteristic frequency or wavelength.’
‘He found spectral _lines_ that had never been observed before and decided that they were produced by a new element.’
20.A notional limit or boundary.
‘the issue of peace cut across class _lines_ ’
‘television blurs the _line_ between news and entertainment’
21.A part of a poem or song forming one row of written or printed words.
‘each stanza has eight _lines_ ’
‘The concluding _lines_ of the poem stress the power the experience still holds.’
‘I enter the post office and take my place at the back of the _line_ that stretches from the counter all the way through the large room, out the door, and into the lobby area.’
‘But the jobs we are talking about, there are not long _lines_ of Americans ready to take them.’
23.A railway track.
‘passengers were hit by delays caused by leaves on the _line_ ’
‘Residents in Station Road are angry that trees have been chopped down to prevent leaves falling on to the railway _line_ .’
24.A range of commercial goods.
‘the company intends to hire more people and expand its product _line_ ’
‘This meant a change in product _lines_ and a revamp of the brand.’
25.A row of people or things.
‘a _line_ of altar boys proceeded down the aisle’
‘By the time the doors opened, more than 100 people had queued, in a _line_ stretching back to Peasholme Green.’
26.A sequence of notes or tones forming an instrumental or vocal melody.
‘a powerful melodic _line_ ’
‘Simon manages to imply whole whirling masses of emotional upheaval in but a few words and _lines_ of melody.’
27.A series of related things.
‘the bill is the latest in a long _line_ of measures to protect society from criminals’
‘It would be the latest in a _line_ of discount chains in the town, which already include KwikSave, Farmfoods and Aldi.’
28.A straight or curved continuous extent of length without breadth.
‘Mill takes _lines_ without breadth and points without length to be limit concepts.’
‘Mathematically this means that the Greeks needed to construct a _line_ of length equal to the cube-root of 2.’
29.A telephone connection or service.
‘I’ve got Inspector Jackson on the _line_ for you’
‘a freephone advice _line_ ’
30.An agreed approach; a policy.
‘the official _line_ is that there were no chemical attacks on allied troops’
‘The senior civil servants are expected to brief their departmental ministers according to the agreed _line_ .’
31.An amount of text or number of repetitions of a sentence written out as a school punishment.
‘five hundred _lines_ to anyone caught sneaking in before the bell!’
‘At school he had to draw pictures instead of doing _lines_ as punishment.’
32.An area or branch of activity.
‘the stresses unique to their _line_ of work’
‘Also, hopefully, I am in a _line_ of work that will allow me to keep going beyond the conventional retirement age.’
33.An arrangement of soldiers or ships in a column or line formation; a line of battle.
‘After the Social Liberal walk-out on June 20, the battle _lines_ became clear.’
‘The viewer, like the soldiers, has no clear sense of the battle _lines_ .’
34.Denoting an image consisting of lines and solid areas, with no gradation of tone.
‘a _line_ block’
‘ _line_ art’
35.Each of (usually five) horizontal lines forming a stave in musical notation.
‘The traditional notation system of five _lines_ on a paper is not the main method of training.’
36.Each of the very narrow horizontal sections forming a television picture.
‘Once again, Baird television sets were on sale, this time at the new television standard of 625 _lines_ .’
‘If your receiver drifted out of sync, the picture dissolved into meaningless dots and _lines_ .’
37.Regular army regiments (as opposed to auxiliary forces or household troops).
39.The level of the base of most letters, such as h and x, in printing and writing.
40.The words of an actor's part in a play or film.
‘he couldn’t seem to remember his _lines_ and had to read his dialogue off boards’
‘Busy with his own show, he had little time for learning _lines_ and so wrote them on his arm for the opening night.’
1.Cover the inside surface of (a container or garment) with a layer of different material.
‘a basket _lined_ with polythene’
‘Aluminum is said to be acceptable if the inside of the bottle is _lined_ .’
2.Form a layer on the inside surface of (an area); cover as if with a lining.
‘hundreds of telegrams _lined_ the walls’
‘The thin bones within the nasal cavity are _lined_ with a membrane containing a very rich supply of blood vessels.’
3.Mark or cover with lines.
‘a thin woman with a _lined_ face’
‘ _lined_ paper’
4.Stand or be positioned at intervals along.
‘a processional route _lined_ by people waving flags’
‘People _lined_ the sidewalks, waiting to get into the theatre.’
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