Noun: dual inline package switch
Adjective: in line
- (computing) one of a set of small on-off switches mounted in computer hardware; used in place of jumpers to configure the machine for a user
- DIP switch
Adverb: in line
- Being next in a line of succession
"he was in line for the presidency"
- Awaiting something; especially something due
"people were in line at the checkout counter"; "she was in line for promotion"
- One behind another in a line or queue
"they waited in line for the tickets"
See also: eligible, succeeding
Type of: on/off switch, on-off switch, toggle, toggle switch