noun line·up \ˈlī-ˌnəp\

: a list of the players who are playing in a game (such as baseball)

: the players on such a list

: a group of people who are going to perform at an event

Full Definition of LINEUP

a :  a list of players taking part in a game (as of baseball)
b :  the players on such a list
a :  an alignment (as in entertainment or politics) of persons or things having a common purpose, distinction, or bond <the show's star-studded lineup>
b :  line 11
c :  a television programming schedule
:  a line of persons arranged especially for inspection or for identification by police

Examples of LINEUP

  1. The team has a powerful lineup.
  2. The networks all had different lineups for the new season.
  3. She was asked to pick her attacker out of a lineup.

First Known Use of LINEUP


Other Broadcasting Terms

continuity, dissolve, fade, feed, remote, residual, spike, wipe


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