What is the meaning of LINE UP?
line up s.o./s.t.
line s.o./s.t. up
arrange people or things in a straight row
1. Please line up here to get your tickets.
2. We lined up for the movie. “Do you think we will get in?” I asked.
|present participle:||LINING UP|
|past participle:||LINED UP|
Note: Many phrasal verbs have more than one meaning. The definition and example above applies to the online course below.