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(idiomatic) Suitable or appropriate; keeping with expectations, norms, ideals, or rules.

"[Plant] rescues are usually organized by local garden clubs, but before you grab your shovel and head for the door, check with local government agencies to make sure you're in line with regulations." "” "Garden Superheroes," Garden Gate, Jan/Feb 2006, Issue 67, p.45
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(of three or more objects) Positioned in a straight line.

Please stand in line for the pledge of allegiance.
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(not comparable) Assuming a position in the future.

He's third in line to be president.
He's in line to be the fastest runner of all time.
He's in line to be the next champion.
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Consisting of parts arranged in a single line.

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(computing, of source code) Being of a different type written in the body of a program, as assembly language code within BBC BASIC.

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One behind another; in a queue.

I'm waiting in line at the bakery.
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