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Expressions with the word LINE
Oooh! What should I say now? I have forgotten my lines!
fall into line =to agree with or become similar to someone or something else
be on the line = two meanings: 1) at risk 2) on the telephone
be in the firing line = to be in a position where people can criticize or blame you
in the line of duty = while working
step/be out of line = behaving in a way that other people do not approve of
somewhere along the line = at some moment during a relationship or process
take a hard line = a strict policy or attitude
fall for something hook, line and sinker = fall for something completely
walk/tread a fine/thin line = to be in a difficult or dangerous situation where you could easily make a mistake
on the right lines = generally correct
line of thought/argument/inquiry = a way of thinking, talking, or finding out about something
to forget your/one's lines = in the theatre, the words that an actor says in a performance
line of vision = the direction in which someone is looking
line of business/work = a type of work or area of interest
further along/down the line = at a later stage
Enjoy the exercise! You are on the right lines.
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