简明英汉词典

line up
v.
整队, 排列起

美国传统词典[双解]

line
line 1
AHD:[lon]
D.J.[lain]
K.K.[la!n]
n.Abbr. l.(名词)缩写 l.

(1)

The path traced by a moving point.
直线:移动的点描绘出的线

(2)

A thin continuous mark, as that made by a pen, pencil, or brush applied to a surface.
线条:钢笔、铅笔或画笔在一表面上划下的连续的细线条

(3)

A similar mark cut or scratched into a surface.
缝隙:在表面留下的切痕或刮痕

(4)

A crease in the skin, especially on the face; a wrinkle.
皱纹:皮肤褶皱,尤指脸上的;皱纹

(5)

A real or imaginary mark positioned in relation to fixed points of reference.
线:与固定的点相 关的实线或虚线

(6)

A degree or circle of longitude or latitude drawn on a map or globe.
经线,纬线,经纬度:地图或地球仪上的经纬线或经纬度

(7)

The equator. Used with the.
赤道:赤道。和the 连用

(8)

A border or boundary:
界限,边界:
the county line.
郡的边界

(9)

A demarcation:
分界线:
a line of darker water beyond the reef.
礁石外深色水域分界线

(10)

A contour or an outline:
轮廓,外廓:
the line of the hills against the evening sky.
夜空衬托下的山脉轮廓

(11)

A mark used to define a shape or represent a contour.
轮廓线,外廓线:用于定义一形状或描绘一轮廓的线

(12)

Any of the marks that make up the formal design of a picture.
设计图,草描图:构成正式图样的线

(13)

A cable, rope, string, cord or wire.
绳,索,线,金属线,电线

(14)

Nautical A rope used aboard a ship.
【航海】 缆绳:用于船上的绳索

(15)

A fishing line.
钓鱼线

(16)

A clothesline.
衣绳

(17)

A cord or tape used, as by builders or surveyors, for measuring, leveling, or straightening.
测量尺:建筑工或检测者使用的绳带或卷尺,用来测量、水准测量或较直

(18)

A pipe or system of pipes for conveying a fluid:
管道:用来转运液态物体的管道或管道装置:
gas lines.
石油管道

(19)

An electric-power transmission cable.
电缆:传送电流的导线

(20)

A wire or system of wires connecting telephone or telegraph systems.
电话线:连接电话或电报系统的电线或电线系统

(21)

An open or functioning telephone connection:
电话线路:不占线的电话线或正在使用的电话线:
tried to get a free line.
试着拨通一电话线路

(22)

A passenger or cargo system of public or private transportation, as by ship, aircraft, or bus, usually over a definite route.
(固定路线的)运输系统:通常有固定路线的公有或私有贷运或客运系统,如船运、空运或汽运

(23)

A company owning or managing such a system.
(固定路线的)运输公司:拥有或经营这种运输系统的公司

(24)

A railway track or system of tracks.
铁路,铁轨:铁路或铁路系统

(25)

A particular section of a railway network:
铁路线:铁路线或铁路线系统:
the Philadelphia-Trenton line.
从费城至特兰顿的铁路线

(26)

A course of progress or movement; a route:
路线:进行或运动的线路;航线:
a line of flight.
飞行航线

(27)

A general method, manner, or course of procedure:
方法,程序:过程的一般方法、方式或路线:
different lines of thought; took a hard line on defense.
不同的思考方法;采取强硬的抵抗方式

(28)

A manner or course of procedure determined by a specified factor:
主义,路线:有特定因素决定的过程的方式或路线:
development along socialist lines.
按照社会主认路线发展

(29)

An official or prescribed policy:
路线,方针,政策:官方或指定的政策:
the party line.
党的路线

(30)

Often lines A general concept or model:
常作 lines 概念,模范:
a trilogy along the lines of the Oresteia.
一部奥瑞斯忒亚 风格的三部曲

(31)

A condition of agreement; alignment:
同意;联盟:
brought the front wheels into line; a wage agreement in line with current inflation.
使前轮成同向行驶;和先行通货膨胀相配合的工资协议

(32)

One's trade, occupation, or field of interest:
职业,兴趣:某人的职业或兴趣所及:
What line of work are you in?
你的工作是什么?

(33)

Range of competence:
擅长,特长:具有竞争力的领域:
not in my line.
这不是我所擅长期的

(34)

Merchandise or services of a similar or related nature:
系列商品,相关的服务:形式相似或相关的商品或服务:
carries a complete line of small tools.
包揽了小工具的全部商品

(35)

A group of persons or things arranged in a row or series:
行列:人或物被排成一行或列:
long lines at the box office; a line of stones.
售票处排的长队;一排石头

(36)

Ancestry or lineage.
家系,血统

(37)

A series of persons, especially from one family, who succeed each other:
家世,家系:尤指一个家族从上代传至下代的一系列亲属:
a line of monarchs; comes from a long line of bankers.
皇族;来自银行世家

(38)

A strain, as of livestock or plants, developed and maintained by selective breeding.
血统:(牲畜或植物的)血统,利用优生种子发展和保持

(39)

A sequence of related things that leads to a certain ending:
一连串的事物:最终导致一定的结果的一系列相关的事物:
a line of argument.
一连串的辩论

(40)

An ordered system of operations that allows a sequential manufacture or assembly of goods at all or various stages of production.
流水线,生产线:运行的有序系统,可进行连续生产或产品生产所有或各个阶段的生产装配

(41)

The personnel of an organization or a business who actually make a product or perform a service.
作业人员,装配人员:一个组织或商业机构的人员,参与产品制造或提供服务

(42)

A horizontal row of printed or written words or symbols.
字行:水平的一行印刷或书写的字或符号

(43)

One of the horizontal scans forming a television image.
水平画质线:构成电视图象的平行的扫描线

(44)

A brief letter; a note:
短信;便条:
I'll drop you a line.
我会留个便条给你

(45)

A unit of verse ending in a visual or typographic break and generally characterized by its length and meter:
诗行:诗的单位,以视觉停顿或标点停顿结尾,通常有一定长度和格律:
a line of iambic pentameter.
一行抑扬五音步诗

(46)

Often lines The dialogue of a theatrical presentation, such as a play:
常作 lines 台词:用于舞台表演的对话,如剧本:
spent the weekend learning her lines.
利用熟记她的台词

(47)

Informal Glib or insincere talk, usually intended to deceive or impress:
【非正式用语】 谎言,假话:油滑或虚情假意的话,通常用来欺骗或加深印象:
He kept on handing me a line about how busy he is.
他不断地对我撒谎,说他很忙

(48)

lines Chiefly British
lines 【多用于英国】

(49)

A marriage certificate.
结婚证书

(50)

A usually specified number of lines of prose or verse to be written out by a pupil as punishment.
罚写,罚抄诗:作为处罚而让学生抄写的一定行数的散文或诗

(51)

Games A horizontal demarcation on a scorecard in bridge dividing the honor score from the trick score.
【游戏】 (桥牌)区分:将价值最高的牌的得分与墩数得分分屏的桥牌记分表上的水平线

(52)

A source of information.
信息来源

(53)

The information itself:
信息:
got a line on the computer project.
得到关于计算机计划的信息

(54)

Music One of the five parallel marks constituting a staff.
【音乐】 谱线:五线谱上五条平行线中的一条

(55)

A sustained melodic or harmonic part in a piece:
和弦,和声部分:音乐作品中持续的节奏或和声部分:
a rock song with a driving bass line.
以强劲的低音和声的歌曲

(56)

A formation in which elements, such as troops, tanks, or ships, are arranged abreast of one another.
战斗编队系列:各组成部分如军队、坦克或战舰肩并肩排列的编队

(57)

The battle area closest to the enemy; the front.
前线,前沿阵地:最靠近敌人的战斗区;前线

(58)

The combat troops or warships at the front, arrayed for defense or offense.
(最前线的)战斗队伍,战船:排在前列用来进攻或防卫的军队或战舰

(59)

The regular forces of an army or a navy, in contrast to staff and support personnel.
作战武力:陆军或海军的常备军力量,与文官和后勤人员相对照而言

(60)

The class of officers in direct command of warships or of army combat units.
指挥官:直接指挥军舰或军事单位的军官

(61)

A bulwark or trench.
战壕,壕沟

(62)

An extended system of such fortifications or defenses:
战壕工事:这种用于防身或坚守的战壕系统:
the Siegfried line.
齐格菲防线

(63)

Sports
【体育运动】

(64)

A foul line.
犯规线

(65)

A real or imaginary mark demarcating a specified section of a playing area or field.
阵线:在球场或竞技场上表明范围的实线或想象中的线

(66)

A real or imaginary mark or point at which a race begins or ends.
起始线,终点线:赛跑中起点或终点的实际或想象的线

(67)

The center and two wings making up a hockey team's offensive unit.
防卫阵线:曲棍球球队中场和两侧边翼构成的防守线

(68)

Football
【橄榄球】

(69)

A line of scrimmage.
争球线

(70)

The linemen considered as a group.
前锋:前锋的集合体

(71)

Informal The odds a bookmaker gives, especially for sports events.
【非正式用语】 赌博业者提供的胜算,尤指体育比赛中

(72)

A kind of coverage available in insurance.
保险承保的范围

(73)

The proportion of an insurance risk assumed by a particular underwriter or company.
保险额:由特定保险人或保险公司在保险中承担的险额

(74)

Slang A small amount of cocaine arranged in a thin, usually tightly rolled strip for sniffing.
【俚语】 可卡因:一小份可卡因,通常紧紧地卷成细条状以供吸食

(75)

Archaic One's lot or position in life.
【古语】 运气,地位
v.(动词)
linedlin.inglines
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To mark, incise, or cover with a line or lines.
画线:用线标记、雕刻或画线于

(2)

To represent with lines.
用线表示

(3)

To place in a series or row.
成线状排列

(4)

To form a bordering line along:
沿…形成分界线:
Small stalls lined the alley.
巷中摆满小摊贩

(5)

Baseball To hit (a ball) sharply, usually in a straight line.
【棒球】 击出边线快速直线球:通常沿着直线方向猛击(球)
v.intr.Baseball (不及物动词)【棒球】
To hit a line drive:
打平直球:
lined out to shortstop.
打出游击手方向的快速直线球

常用词组

line up

(1)

To arrange in or form a line.
排成直线,形成直线

(2)

To organize and make ready:
组织准备好:
lined up considerable support for the bill.
准备好对此法案的重要支持

习惯用语

all along the line

(1)

In every place.
每个地方,处处

(2)

At every stage or moment.
随时,全过程的

down the line

(1)

All the way; throughout:
从头至尾;自始至终:
Errors are to be found down the line.
错误处处可见

(2)

At a point or an end in the future.
将来的某一点或结果

in line for
Next in order for:
即将得到的:
in line for the presidency.
即将成为总统的

on the line

(1)

Ready or available for immediate payment.
随时可支付的

(2)

So as to be risked; in jeopardy:
得冒险的;有危险的:
“Careers were on the line once again”(Seymour M. Hersh)
“职业再一次面临危险”(西摩M.赫什)

out of line

(1)

Uncalled-for; improper.
不合适的;不恰当

(2)

Unruly and out of control.
举止粗鲁的,失去控制的

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English loe
源自 古英语 loe

(3)

and from Old French ligne
并源自 古法语 ligne

(4)

both from Latin loa [feminine sing. of] loneus [of linen]
都源自 拉丁语 loa [] loneus的阴性单数 [亚麻布]

(5)

from lom [thread, linen] * see líno-
源自 lom [线,亚麻线] *参见 líno-

基本词义

line
line 2
AHD:[lon]
D.J.[lain]
K.K.[la!n]
v.tr.(及物动词)
linedlin.inglines

(1)

To fit a covering to the inside surface of:
装衬:在衣服里面缝上罩里:
a coat lined with fur.
用毛皮作里子的大衣

(2)

To cover the inner surface of:
覆盖里层:
Moisture lined the walls of the cave.
湿气布满壁炉

(3)

To fill plentifully, as with money or food.
填充:用钱或食物填满

语源

(1)

Middle English linen
中古英语 linen

(2)

from line [flax, linen cloth]
源自 line [亚麻,亚麻布]

(3)

from Old English lon
源自 古英语 lon

(4)

from Latin lom * see líno-
源自 拉丁语 lom *参见 líno-

现代英汉词典

line 1
n.

(1)

绳;线
We have a washing line from which we hang clothes to dry.
我们有一根挂晾衣服的晾衣绳。

(2)

线条
Write on the lines of the paper.
顺着纸上的线条书写。

(3)

钓鱼线

(4)

终点线;边线;端线

(5)

排,列
How many lines of words are there on this page?
这一页上有多少行字?

(6)

一排人

(7)

家系

(8)

铁路线

(9)

运输公司
an airline
航空公司
a shipping line
海运公司

(10)

赤道

(11)

行业;职业

(12)

兴趣范围
in one's line
某人的兴趣范围

(13)

新品种
a new line in hats
帽子的新品种

(14)

额度;限度
line of credit
贷款额度

(15)

(pl) 罚学生抄写数遍的几行字

(16)

(pl) 台词

(17)

(pl) 诗

词性变化

line
vt., vi.

(1)

画线

(2)

排成行,排列
People lined the streets to see the famous man go past.
人们站在街道两旁看那位著名人士走过。

常用词组

line up
排成行,排成列

基本词义

line 2
[laIn]
vt.
lined, lining
加衬;衬里
The box was lined with soft paper to protect the things inside.
盒子里衬着软纸用来保护里面的东西。

美国传统词典

line
line 1
AHD:[lon]
D.J.[lain]
K.K.[la!n]
n.Abbr. l.

(1)

The path traced by a moving point.

(2)

A thin continuous mark, as that made by a pen, pencil, or brush applied to a surface.

(3)

A similar mark cut or scratched into a surface.

(4)

A crease in the skin, especially on the face; a wrinkle.

(5)

A real or imaginary mark positioned in relation to fixed points of reference.

(6)

A degree or circle of longitude or latitude drawn on a map or globe.

(7)

The equator. Used with the.

(8)

A border or boundary:
the county line.

(9)

A demarcation:
a line of darker water beyond the reef.

(10)

A contour or an outline:
the line of the hills against the evening sky.

(11)

A mark used to define a shape or represent a contour.

(12)

Any of the marks that make up the formal design of a picture.

(13)

A cable, rope, string, cord or wire.

(14)

Nautical A rope used aboard a ship.

(15)

A fishing line.

(16)

A clothesline.

(17)

A cord or tape used, as by builders or surveyors, for measuring, leveling, or straightening.

(18)

A pipe or system of pipes for conveying a fluid:
gas lines.

(19)

An electric-power transmission cable.

(20)

A wire or system of wires connecting telephone or telegraph systems.

(21)

An open or functioning telephone connection:
tried to get a free line.

(22)

A passenger or cargo system of public or private transportation, as by ship, aircraft, or bus, usually over a definite route.

(23)

A company owning or managing such a system.

(24)

A railway track or system of tracks.

(25)

A particular section of a railway network:
the Philadelphia-Trenton line.

(26)

A course of progress or movement; a route:
a line of flight.

(27)

A general method, manner, or course of procedure:
different lines of thought; took a hard line on defense.

(28)

A manner or course of procedure determined by a specified factor:
development along socialist lines.

(29)

An official or prescribed policy:
the party line.

(30)

Often lines A general concept or model:
a trilogy along the lines of the Oresteia.

(31)

A condition of agreement; alignment:
brought the front wheels into line; a wage agreement in line with current inflation.

(32)

One's trade, occupation, or field of interest:
What line of work are you in?

(33)

Range of competence:
not in my line.

(34)

Merchandise or services of a similar or related nature:
carries a complete line of small tools.

(35)

A group of persons or things arranged in a row or series:
long lines at the box office; a line of stones.

(36)

Ancestry or lineage.

(37)

A series of persons, especially from one family, who succeed each other:
a line of monarchs; comes from a long line of bankers.

(38)

A strain, as of livestock or plants, developed and maintained by selective breeding.

(39)

A sequence of related things that leads to a certain ending:
a line of argument.

(40)

An ordered system of operations that allows a sequential manufacture or assembly of goods at all or various stages of production.

(41)

The personnel of an organization or a business who actually make a product or perform a service.

(42)

A horizontal row of printed or written words or symbols.

(43)

One of the horizontal scans forming a television image.

(44)

A brief letter; a note:
I'll drop you a line.

(45)

A unit of verse ending in a visual or typographic break and generally characterized by its length and meter:
a line of iambic pentameter.

(46)

Often lines The dialogue of a theatrical presentation, such as a play:
spent the weekend learning her lines.

(47)

Informal Glib or insincere talk, usually intended to deceive or impress:
He kept on handing me a line about how busy he is.

(48)

lines Chiefly British

(49)

A marriage certificate.

(50)

A usually specified number of lines of prose or verse to be written out by a pupil as punishment.

(51)

Games A horizontal demarcation on a scorecard in bridge dividing the honor score from the trick score.

(52)

A source of information.

(53)

The information itself:
got a line on the computer project.

(54)

Music One of the five parallel marks constituting a staff.

(55)

A sustained melodic or harmonic part in a piece:
a rock song with a driving bass line.

(56)

A formation in which elements, such as troops, tanks, or ships, are arranged abreast of one another.

(57)

The battle area closest to the enemy; the front.

(58)

The combat troops or warships at the front, arrayed for defense or offense.

(59)

The regular forces of an army or a navy, in contrast to staff and support personnel.

(60)

The class of officers in direct command of warships or of army combat units.

(61)

A bulwark or trench.

(62)

An extended system of such fortifications or defenses:
the Siegfried line.

(63)

Sports

(64)

A foul line.

(65)

A real or imaginary mark demarcating a specified section of a playing area or field.

(66)

A real or imaginary mark or point at which a race begins or ends.

(67)

The center and two wings making up a hockey team's offensive unit.

(68)

Football

(69)

A line of scrimmage.

(70)

The linemen considered as a group.

(71)

Informal The odds a bookmaker gives, especially for sports events.

(72)

A kind of coverage available in insurance.

(73)

The proportion of an insurance risk assumed by a particular underwriter or company.

(74)

Slang A small amount of cocaine arranged in a thin, usually tightly rolled strip for sniffing.

(75)

Archaic One's lot or position in life.
v.
lined, lin.ing, lines
v.tr.

(1)

To mark, incise, or cover with a line or lines.

(2)

To represent with lines.

(3)

To place in a series or row.

(4)

To form a bordering line along:
Small stalls lined the alley.

(5)

Baseball To hit (a ball) sharply, usually in a straight line.
v.intr.Baseball
To hit a line drive:
lined out to shortstop.

常用词组

line up

(1)

To arrange in or form a line.

(2)

To organize and make ready:
lined up considerable support for the bill.

习惯用语

all along the line

(1)

In every place.

(2)

At every stage or moment.

down the line

(1)

All the way; throughout:
Errors are to be found down the line.

(2)

At a point or an end in the future.

in line for
Next in order for:
in line for the presidency.

on the line

(1)

Ready or available for immediate payment.

(2)

So as to be risked; in jeopardy:
“Careers were on the line once again”(Seymour M. Hersh)

out of line

(1)

Uncalled-for; improper.

(2)

Unruly and out of control.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English loe

(3)

and from Old French ligne

(4)

both from Latin loa [feminine sing. of] loneus [of linen]

(5)

from lom [thread, linen] * see líno-

基本词义

line
line 2
AHD:[lon]
D.J.[lain]
K.K.[la!n]
v.tr.
lined, lin.ing, lines

(1)

To fit a covering to the inside surface of:
a coat lined with fur.

(2)

To cover the inner surface of:
Moisture lined the walls of the cave.

(3)

To fill plentifully, as with money or food.

语源

(1)

Middle English linen

(2)

from line [flax, linen cloth]

(3)

from Old English lon

(4)

from Latin lom * see líno-

[名词委审定]英汉石油名词(1994)

line up
对口

英汉船舶大词典

line up
n.列队,衔接

英汉电力大词典

line up
n.调成一直线

英汉电信大词典

line up
n.调测,调整

英汉地质大词典

line up
n.相位对正,对直,拉直

英汉广播大词典

line up
n.洗印程序卡,准备播出

英汉航海大词典

line up
vt.排队

英汉化学大词典

line up
n.对直;vi.排齐,校直

英汉海运大词典

line up
排成一行,对准(一直线),校正

英汉计算机大词典

line up
n.调节(调测,整顿

英汉机械大词典

line up
累加

英汉能源大词典

line up
n.相位对正,对直,拉直;n.调整,调节,使平直

英汉汽车大词典

line up
n.调试

英汉水利大词典

line up
n.调整,调成一直线排成一行,校直

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