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queue up (for something)
to line up for something. (*Typically British.) We had to queue up for tickets to the play. You must queue up here to get in.
jump the queue(British & Australian)
to move in front of people who have been waiting longer for something than you If you try to jump the queue at a bus stop you'll get shouted at by old ladies. There's a long waiting list for hip operations, but you can jump the queue if you pay. (British & Australian) (British & Australian)
1. To form an ordered sequence or line; line up: The patrons queued up outside the theater. The customers queued up at the ticket booth.
2. To order some set of things to deal with them in sequence; line up something: Queue up the children, and I'll serve them lunch. We'll queue the applicants up and interview them one at a time.