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"-You want more out of life? -Yes. -Get in line, kid."
What does "get in line" mean?
I can't get it.
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  • Beryl from Northallerton

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    British English
    It means join the queue, as there are plenty of others who want the same thing, kid. << Please start using proper punctuation and capitalisation, lupitsina. >>
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