línea

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See also: linea and lineá

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Latin līnea (line, thread). Compare the popularly inherited Old Spanish form liña (also found in archaic modern Spanish)[1].

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línea f (plural líneas)

  1. line (mathematics, art, electricity or telephone)
  2. individual script, dialogue for each actor (theatre and TV)
  3. command, order (government and enterprises)
  4. government policy, government action (e.g. línea dura = hard or strict government policy)
  5. a thin, long dose of cocaine (slang)

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