line upphrasal verb

  • ja準備する
  • ento prepare or arrange for something to happen

Examples

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Well, I'm not giving up on my dream ⁠— to be in a Broadway musical.
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You see, I've been performing on the subway.
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You know that's a tough crowd.
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And I've really honed my craft.
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I got a gig lined up at a spot in Newark.
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That's not even off Broadway.
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That's Jersey.
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Yeah.
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And it's the late show, 10:00 pm.
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- We had the fair to ourselves. - We did.
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We literally just got to do whatever we wanted.
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- There were certain shots, right, that they lined up for us? - Yeah. Like this one.
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Here we go!
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- This is your idea! - I know.
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I love this date.
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Well, we were strapped in, and they have the camera just mounted.
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So do you have anything already lined up for 2020?
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I do.
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But hopefully ⁠— I mean, if it happens, it happens.
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If it doesn't, Al, I can slow down.
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Johnny Depp appeared in 2 major films in 2017, 'Murder on the Orient Express' and 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,'
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and lined up a few more for 2018, including the 'Fantastic Beasts' sequel, 'The Crimes of Grindelwald.'
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- Are you performing on the show, at the Grammys? - We are.
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- We are performing on the Grammys. - I'm excited.
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- So... - It's gonna be a good —
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We have a very special performance lined up.
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We don't wanna give anything away.
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But we're playing the new song that just came out.
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This is your first year in this contest?
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>> Yes, this the first year that I did the NBA Dunk Contest.
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>> And didn't you think I'm gonna win?
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>> Yeah of course.
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You know.
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>> Yeah. >> [LAUGH]
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>> I went in very prepared.
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You know. >> Yeah.
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>> I had all my dunks lined up.
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>> Right. >> I thought if I made all four
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of my dunks then I thought I would win.
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>> Yes. >> It didn't happen like that.
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>> No it didn't.
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The year 2020 might feel far away right now, but that hasn't stopped Hollywood's major
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studios from lining up a slew of projects to compete for your movie budget, even a couple
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years out.
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Some of the upcoming releases on the calendar are highly anticipated sequels, but that isn't
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all we're expecting to see; the studios have also set up new adaptations of existing properties
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and all manner of would-be blockbusters, making for what should be an epic year at the movies.

Other meanings for line up...

line upphrasal verb

  • ja並ぶ、行列を作る、整列する
  • ento arrange people or things in a straight line or row
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Do I have to line up these dots?
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There you go. Yeah, chase your line, go after the diamond.
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There you go.
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Bring her home, boys, bring her home.
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Great job, British Bulldog, take us home.
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I just thought she was scary because every time I would go over and visit her
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in her apartment or hotel or at any vacation,
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she always had her sunglasses completely lined up.
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- Okay. - One by one.
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- Okay. - Symmetrically in rows.
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Things need to be organized.
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Anyway, everybody line up.
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Uterus thrusts, okay.
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And I don't want you to feel weird about what just happened when you just tried to kiss me.
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Okay, here we go, don't be a stranger to the person in front of you.
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Thrust it, feel it, okay?
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Okay, that's enough, that's good.
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Keep it just moving around the room, okay.
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Keep it moving around the room.
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Someday, when we open our own inn,
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diabetics will line up to eat this sauce.
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All I can tell you is that when you're my age,
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guys will be lined up around the block for you.
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Actually, I shouldn't say that because I'm your teacher.
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You're going to hook me up with a Kardashian?
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If you'd like that.
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Wow.
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I bet they would be thrilled.
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I mean, look at you.
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You're just doing this right now, matchmaking?
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Yes.
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Yeah, this is not a game.
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Oh, this is an actual thing.
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They're lined up backstage, all of them.
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You have to keep your arm out
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and then make sure you can see the duck
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through whatever the top of this is called.
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Make sure they're both lined up with the duck.
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Four!
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And I've been doing this outreach with the neighborhood kids that's been really great.
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It's this activity I made up.
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It's called liquid telephone.
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And basically I just get 10 kids to line up in a row.
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And the first kid gets a mouthful of juice.
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And then they just pass it mouth to mouth...
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And then the kid at the end has to guess the flavor.