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What is difference between queue and line?


  1. What is difference between queue and line?
  2. Is que a word?
  3. How do Brits say waiting in line?
  4. How do you spell que as in line?
  5. Are you in the queue or line?
  6. Do Australians Say line or queue?
  7. Can you spell queue que?
  8. How do you spell ques?
  9. What do the British call a line?
  10. What is que short for?

What is difference between queue and line?

is that queue is (british) to put oneself or itself at the end of a waiting line while line is to place (objects) into a line (usually used with "up"), to form into a line, to align or line can be (transitive) to cover the inner surface of (something), originally especially with linen or line can be to copulate with,

Is que a word?

Que is one of the most commonly used words in Spanish, Portuguese, and French. It is a multifunctional word, signifying everything from “that” and “which” to “what” or “whom.”

How do Brits say waiting in line?

Such a group of people is known as a queue (British usage) or line (American usage), and the people are said to be waiting or standing in a queue or in line, respectively. Occasionally, both the British and American terms are combined to form the term "queue line".

How do you spell que as in line?

One of the words that people are looking for when they look up que is queue, a word that means “line” (as in, “We waited in the ticket queue.”) Sometimes people are looking for the homonym cue, or “a signal to start or do something” (“The lights just went out—that's my cue to start the movie.”).

Are you in the queue or line?

In the US it's always line. I haven't heard anyone say, waiting in queue or queued for food. The NOAD also marks it chiefly Brit. That said, queue is pretty common when it comes to computers.

Do Australians Say line or queue?

Q: No actually. Cues are prompts. Queues are lines.

Can you spell queue que?

One of the words that people are looking for when they look up que is queue, a word that means “line” (as in, “We waited in the ticket queue.”) Sometimes people are looking for the homonym cue, or “a signal to start or do something” (“The lights just went out—that's my cue to start the movie.”).

How do you spell ques?

Correct pronunciation for the word "QUES" is [kwˈɛz], [kwˈɛz], [k_w_ˈɛ_z].

What do the British call a line?

Such a group of people is known as a queue (British usage) or line (American usage), and the people are said to be waiting or standing in a queue or in line, respectively.

What is que short for?

One of our persistent—and more puzzling—lookups is for the word que, which is entered in our dictionary (capitalized) as an abbreviation for Quebec. Qué is also a Spanish word that means “what.” That is not, however, the word that many people are looking for when they look up que in our dictionary.



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