Queue may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Society; 2 Art, entertainment, and media; 3 Mathematics and technology; 4 See also. Society. Queue (hairstyle), a Manchurian pigtail (or ponytail), is also known as a queue ; Queue area, where a line of people wait; the line of people is the queue. If you once leave your queue, you will never be happy again. So stay in your queue! A short Das. (Yes, I know that queue is British for a line of people, etc.) At the theatre I just started working at, they seem to all spell it " que." Which is right, or. Terms Privacy AdChoices RSS. One task was to monitor the line as people waited for the elevator to the observation deck at the top of the orange Tower. You can change your cookie settings at any time. August 12, at 6: Top tips for better writing Some advice to nail your writing assignments. Grease Musical Audition tips? I find it adorably cute the way Americans react to our accents. Can be confused Expand. This line turns around a pole note the scuffs of the foot traffic on the floor - showing how we curve in an arc, rather than turning sharply like a military drill. Teacher I Am says: He gave me some lame excuse, so I asked to speak with a supervisor. A few examples The Container Store I was in their store on Sixth Avenue in Manhattan. They do NOT publish their own dictionary. That would be a noun form though, not a verb. See queue defined for English-language learners. Queue refers to waiting in line. We used the whole area for a single line.