line up with

line someone or something up with someone or something

 
1. Lit. to place people or things into a line with other people or things. Line Fred up with the others. Line up these books with the others. Please line yourselves up with the others.
2. Lit. to place people or things into a line that is oriented on someone or something. Line everyone up with the flagpole so we can march into the hall, Please line up everyone with the flagpole straight ahead.
3. Fig. to schedule a meeting date with someone or a group of people. Will you line everyone up with us for a Monday morning meeting? See if you can line up a meeting with Todd and Frank.
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line someone or something up with something

to position someone or something (or a group) in reference to other things. Please line the chairs up with the floor tiles. Line up this brick with the bricks below and at both sides. That's the way you lay bricks.
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line up with someone

to get into a line with someone. Go over and line up with the others. Would you please line up with the other students?
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