Definition of Queue up
1. Verb. Form a queue, form a line, stand in line. "Customers lined up in front of the store"
Generic synonyms: Stand, Stand Up
Derivative terms: Lineup, Queue
Definition of Queue up
1. Verb. (British intransitive) To queue. ¹
2. Verb. (computing informal transitive) To enqueue, to add something to a queue. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
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Literary usage of Queue up
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1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1910)
"But from one circumstance and another that I pieced together I knew that the little six-pointed star which he always carried woven into his queue up in the ..."
2. The British Journal of Photographyby Liverpool Photographic Society by Liverpool Photographic Society (1874)
"My father, Colonel Hall, was an old officer, and he wore the queue, up to his 'death ;' it was buried with him. That was in his time, sixty or seventy years ..."
3. History of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania by John Newton Boucher, John Woolf Jordan (1906)
"To the queue as a disguise he attributed his escape, and he continued to wear the queue up to his death. The officer came to search the tavern in the early ..."
4. Paying for Highways, Airways, and Waterways: How Can Users Be Charged (1993)
"Any mention of tolls conjures up visions of interminable delays as long lines of vehicles queue up at toll booths. A solution to this problem is electronic ..."
5. The Sporting Life and Other Trifles by Robert Lynd (1922)
"To make things worse, a horse-policeman forced his way in and broke the queue up, and it in its turn became a mob. It gathered round the turnstile ..."
6. SAS/OR(R) 9.1 User's Guide:: Qsim Application by Sas Institute, Institute SAS Institute (2004)
"For example, the family of queues slowly fills as transactions arrive and queue up for service. Many of the components also have internal state information ..."
7. An American's London by Louise Closser Hale (1920)
"No one would take a Tube and line up for a bus at Hammersmith ("queue up for Kew") if he had been advised to "go down to Kew in rhododendron- time. ..."