[ in-lahyn, in-lahyn ]
/ ˌɪnˈlaɪn, ˈɪnˌlaɪn /
(of an internal-combustion engine) having the cylinders ranged side by side in one or more rows along the crankshaft.
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Origin of in-line
First recorded in 1925–30
Words nearby in-line
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Some in-line paragraph headings are in boldface and some are in italics; this emphasis has been retained.Evolution|Joseph Le Conte
British Dictionary definitions for in-line
denoting a linked sequence of manufacturing processes
denoting an internal-combustion engine having its cylinders arranged in a line
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