- to write or insert (words, phrases, etc.) between the lines of writing or print.
- to mark or inscribe (a document, book, etc.) between the lines.
- to transfer (freight) from one carrier to another in the course of shipment.
- to transfer freight from one carrier to another in the course of shipment.
- involving or indicating a transfer of passengers or freight from one carrier to another during travel or shipment: interline flights.
- of or relating to transactions between competing carriers, especially airlines, by which passengers, baggage, and freight are transferred from one carrier to another using only one ticket or one check-in procedure from departure point to destination.
Origin of interline1
- to provide (a garment) with an interlining.
Origin of interline2
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Examples from the Web for interline
After each of these, for honor or dishonor, we interline the name of Isabella.
- (tr) to write or print (matter) between the lines of (a text, book, etc)
- (tr) to provide (a part of a garment, such as a collar or cuff) with a second lining, esp of stiffened material
Word Origin and History for interline
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