bring get into line (with something)

bring get into line (with something)
bring sb/sth, come, get, fall, etc. into ˈline (with sb/sth) idiom
to behave or make sb/sth behave in the same way as other people or how they should behave

Britain must be brought into line with the rest of Europe on taxes.

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  • bring somebody into line (with something) — bring sb/sth, come, get, fall, etc. into ˈline (with sb/sth) idiom to behave or make sb/sth behave in the same way as other people or how they should behave • Britain must be brought into line with the rest of Europe on taxes. Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bring come into line (with something) — bring sb/sth, come, get, fall, etc. into ˈline (with sb/sth) idiom to behave or make sb/sth behave in the same way as other people or how they should behave • Britain must be brought into line with the rest of Europe on taxes. Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bring fall into line (with something) — bring sb/sth, come, get, fall, etc. into ˈline (with sb/sth) idiom to behave or make sb/sth behave in the same way as other people or how they should behave • Britain must be brought into line with the rest of Europe on taxes. Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bring something into line (with something) — bring sb/sth, come, get, fall, etc. into ˈline (with sb/sth) idiom to behave or make sb/sth behave in the same way as other people or how they should behave • Britain must be brought into line with the rest of Europe on taxes. Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bring something into line (with somebody) — bring sb/sth, come, get, fall, etc. into ˈline (with sb/sth) idiom to behave or make sb/sth behave in the same way as other people or how they should behave • Britain must be brought into line with the rest of Europe on taxes. Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • line — line1 W1S1 [laın] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(on paper/on the ground)¦ 2¦(between two areas)¦ 3¦(of people/things)¦ 4¦(direction)¦ 5¦(on your face)¦ 6¦(phone)¦ 7¦(for trains)¦ 8¦(between two types of thing)¦ 9¦(shape/edge)¦ 10¦(w …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • line — 1 noun LONG THIN MARK 1 (C) a long thin, usually continuous mark on a surface: A wiggly line showed where the river was. | straight line: Can you draw a straight line? | dotted line (=a broken straight line drawn or printed on paper): Sign your… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • line — line1 [līn] n. [ME merging OE, a cord, with OFr ligne (both < L linea, lit., linen thread, n. use of fem. of lineus, of flax < linum, flax)] 1. a) a cord, rope, wire, string, or the like b) a long, fine, strong cord with a hook, sinker,… …   English World dictionary

  • line — line1 [ laın ] noun *** ▸ 1 long thin mark ▸ 2 edge showing shape ▸ 3 border/limit ▸ 4 telephone connection ▸ 5 row of people/things ▸ 6 part of railroad system ▸ 7 transportation company ▸ 8 way of thinking/talking ▸ 9 series of words ▸ 10… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • line — [[t]la͟ɪn[/t]] ♦ lines, lining, lined 1) N COUNT A line is a long thin mark which is drawn or painted on a surface. Draw a line down that page s center. ...a dotted line... The ball had clearly crossed the line. 2) N COUNT: usu pl The lines on… …   English dictionary

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