down-line

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

down-line ‎(plural down-lines)

  1. Alternative spelling of down line
    • 1842 Francis Whishaw - The Railways of Great Britain and Ireland Practically Described and Illustrated
      The number of down-trains daily is fifty-one, and up-trains fifty; the ropes, therefore, travel 155.25 miles on the up-line, and 158.35 miles on the down-line, or altogether 313.60 miles daily.

Adjective[edit]

down-line ‎(comparative more down-line, superlative most down-line)

  1. Describing a lower level in a hierarchical management structure

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