be in line with (someone or something)(redirected from be in line with someone)
be in line with (someone or something)
To be in agreement or accordance with someone or something; to be consistent with someone or something. A four-game suspension is in line with our normal policies. These new regulations don't seem to be in line with the way the administration has operated previously. His votes are in line with the president nearly 100 percent of the time.
See also: line
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