[ ɪn ɐ bˈiːla͡ɪn], [ ɪn ɐ bˈiːlaɪn], [ ɪ_n ɐ b_ˈiː_l_aɪ_n]
Related words: in a beeline meaning, in a beeline vs straight line, in a beeline definition, in a beeline drawing
How to use "In a beeline" in context?
When speaking of a route that is taken in a hurry, someone might say that they're on a "beeline." In simple terms, this means that the individual is moving at a fast pace and is not wasting time. This could be compared to a train that is moving quickly along a track. Someone on a beeline could be speedy and determined, or focused and determined.
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