What is the Meaning of: Line | Concept and Definition of: Line

Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use

Line, from the latin linĕa, is a term that has many meanings. It is, for geometry, a succession continuously and indefinitely points on the dimension of length. For example: "I want that you trace a line that passes through the intersection of two equal sides of the triangle", "My Mistress asked me to draw two parallel lines.
A line is also the general appearance of an object belonging to a style: "I search the new Italian line furniture. Similarly, it comes to the outline of a body or object: "the face of Sarah lines are very exotic." In addition, the Belgians give the row name strip of hair.
On the other hand, the line concerning the fitness of a person that is, the svelte body of someone: "I am walking on foot every day to keep the line", "On vacation, with whatever we eats good, I always end up messing up the line,"
A line is, moreover, each horizontal and parallel lines that delimit the sheets of writing paper: 'the child learns to write on the line. However, the lines are not necessarily always actual traits. They can be imaginary as those which mark a direction which the extent is continuous: "secure the line of sight of your weapon.
Rows oblique or vertical squares in checkers and chess, the availability of telephone communication, all the players in the same position, the regular transport service (bus, for example) which performs a given route and the sequel to successive generations of parents (children, parents, grandparents, etc.) is also the name of line.
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