Liner meaning

līnər
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A large commercial ship or airplane, especially one carrying passengers on a regular route.
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One that makes or puts in linings.
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One that draws or makes lines.
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(baseball) A line drive.
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A jacket for a phonograph record.
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A person or thing that traces lines or stripes.
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A steamship, passenger airplane, etc. in regular service for a specific line.
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A cosmetic applied in a fine line, as along the eyelid or, in the theater, to accentuate a natural line in the face.
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A person who makes or attaches linings.
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A lining or something that suggests a lining by fitting inside something else.

A helmet liner.

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The covering, originally the sleeve and later, usually, the jacket, of a long-playing record.
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Someone who fits a lining to something.

A liner of shoes.

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A removable cover or lining.

I threw out the trash can liner.

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The pamphlet which is contained inside an album of music or movie.

Does it have the lyrics in the liner notes?

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A lining within the cylinder of a steam engine, in which the piston works and between which and the outer shell of the cylinder a space is left to form a steam jacket.
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A slab on which small pieces of marble, tile, etc., are fastened for grinding.
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A large passenger-carrying ship, especially one on a regular route; an ocean liner.
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(nautical) A ship of the line.
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(baseball) A line drive.

The liner glanced off the pitcher's foot.

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(marketing, slang) A basic salesperson.
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(in combination) Something with a specified number of lines.
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(astronomy) Low ionization nuclear emission line region.
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Origin of liner

  • From line (verb).

    From Wiktionary

  • From line (noun).

    From Wiktionary