I'm in a queue
Rob is late for the programme because there was such a long queue for coffee!
A queue is a line of people waiting for something to happen. We see queues in amusement parks, the supermarket and at the cinema when a new movie is released.
To form in a line while waiting (often followed by up). To arrange (data, jobs, messages, etc) into a queue.
Please hold the line so as not to lose your place in the queue.
At the train station, once I had figured out where the queue for tickets actually was, I began the long wait.
I didn't arrive in Harbin until very late, and the queue for taxis was already extremely long.
Japanese and British people usually wait at a bus stop in a queue.
Not long after I joined the queue, a man approached and asked if I wanted a taxi.
This implies a fun and relaxed working atmosphere where team achievement is highly valued, communication is extremely important and traditional 3-hour meetings have been replaced by informal chats in the queue for coffee.
People queued to buy Diablo 3.
I talk to everyone – even people next to me in the queue.
Look the queue is so long, I will not stand here.
This boy jumped a queue.
One of the reasons I prefer travelling by train is that there are often long queues at the airport.
Angielskie słowo "kolejka" (queue) występuje w zestawach:Matura Choices pre-intermediate Module: 9Selling and buying - Sprzedawanie i kupowanie cz.1Gateway 3 - Unit 10 - Zakupy i usługiUnit 1 i Curricular Citizenship p. 20Money, collocations and learning skills
They fed me a line about Monday being a holiday, so I took the day off, and it wasn't.
If you are a parent, don't allow yourself to set your heart on any particular line of work for your children.
Each episode of that TV drama ends with somebody delivering a profound line.
From the airport, the Keisei Line Sky-Liner will take you to Ueno Station in 75 minutes.
She's a lot like the millions of others who stood in line to make their voice heard in this election except for one thing: Ann Nixon Cooper is 106 years old.
It then became necessary to settle the best route for the line to follow; and that was determined, in the first place, by the shape of the land it had to cross.
If my plane doesn't crash, and if I do not get kidnapped by organ thieves, I will drop you a line at the beginning of the week.
Pretty soon along came to the village some strangely dressed people who called themselves surveyors; and they surveyed a line in front of my grandmother's little house.
What I looked up to in Shota was not his 'strength'. It was his heroic courage to put his life on the line to carry out his convictions.
But so that we may not cause offense, go to the lake and throw out your line. Take the first fish you catch; open its mouth and you will find a four-drachma coin. Take it and give it to them for my tax and yours.
The campers made their own bird feeders with pinecones, peanut butter, and seeds. They hung them from trees with fishing line.
Friendly Reminder: Please keep in mind the closing time of the line you need to switch to, so as to avoid delays in your trip.
Imogen of the Internet can connect to dial-up BBSes by whistling into a funnel attached to a phone line.
The management tended to be too concerned about short-term improvement of the bottom line to have any long-term design for the future.
Angielskie słowo "kolejka" (line) występuje w zestawach:ENG - S&the city 4 odc. 14G. Kardaś speak up unit 4-5słówka angielskie 1-100brands/ travel/changeTRAVEL UNIT 2