In/out of line with somebody/something - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
in/out of line with somebody/something
in line with (someone or something)
In agreement or accordance with; consistent with. In line with our normal policies, he will be suspended for four games. These new regulations don't seem to be in line with the way the administration has operated previously.
(be) in/out of ˈline with somebody/something be in agreement/disagreement with something: Her views on education are quite out of line with the official view. ♢ The changes being made are in line with the new policy.