queue up

VERB
  1. form a queue, form a line, stand in line
    Customers lined up in front of the store
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How To Use queue up In A Sentence

  • Queue up trellises rather than bushes to divide a garden into sections or to provide privacy.
  • To clear this last hurdle I was forced to queue up outside a shed with a number of soldiers.
  • All the same he would queue up with the other drones for hours to receive his meagre earnings.
  • However, neither were too keen to queue up for a rub down by students from the Institute of Physical Therapy who were only too happy to help the women limber up for the 10 km race.
  • This means that laid-off staff have to queue up with all other unsecured creditors for whatever percentage of moneys owing is paid out after the Inland Revenue Department is satisfied.
  • Queue up trellises rather than bushes to divide a garden into sections or to provide privacy.
  • Not a teenybopper in the country was insensible to Charlie Simpson's departure from Busted, and while their hopes soared, critics of the band began to queue up to slate them before they had even touched their instruments.
  • Most significant of all, we felt, was that so many divers were keen enough to queue up to have their fitness checked.
  • The excitement is palpable as we queue up, as is the strong scent of ammonia from the horses and bulls snorting eagerly in the paddocks.
  • The members of what was once the middle class queue up at soup kitchens. Times, Sunday Times
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