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Noun: lineup  'lIn,úp
  1. [Brit] A line of persons arranged by police for inspection or identification
    - police lineup [Brit], identity parade [Brit], line-up [Brit]
     
  2. (baseball) a list of batters in the order in which they will bat
    "the managers presented their lineups to the umpire at home plate";
    - batting order, card, line-up
     
  3. The schedule of programs for a particular period
    "the network's fall lineup";
    - line-up
     
  4. An arranged group of people coming together for a specific purpose, esp. musicians or members of a sports team
    - line-up
Verb: line up
  1. Form a line
    "The buildings all line up neatly"
     
  2. Get something or somebody for a specific purpose
    - get hold, come up, find
     
  3. Form a queue, form a line, stand in line
    "Customers lined up in front of the store";
    - queue up, queue
     
  4. Place in a line or arrange so as to be parallel or straight
    "line up the car with the curb";
    - align, aline [non-standard], adjust
     
  5. Arrange in ranks
    "line up troops";
    - dress
     
  6. (football) take one's position before a kick-off

Derived forms: lining up, line-ups, lined up, lines up, lineups

Type of: acquire, arrange, get, line, network programming, play, position, reorient, roll, roster, set up, stand, stand up

Encyclopedia: Lineup

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