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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlinerlin‧er /ˈlaɪnə $ -ər/ ●○○ noun  1 [countable]DC a piece of material used inside something, especially in order to keep it clean a dustbin liner nappy liners2 [countable]TTW a large ship for passengers an ocean liner cruise liner3 [countable, uncountable] informalDCB eyeliner
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linerConstruction: shingle construction - sections of fibre are sewn to the outer and liner and overlaid to eliminate any cold spots.a trash can linerWash gasket and door liner with warm water and mild soap or detergent.After everything had been checked Diana ordered the contents to be transferred to plastic dustbin liners.an ocean linerThink of an inverted ocean liner whose hull is transparent.Bronze Black, the perfect liner color.The Lanes' vat has had to be fitted with a new stainless steel liner.A band played merrily and to Peach the waiting liner looked as big as their hotel in Florida.ocean linerIt features a two-story newsroom, a lobby decorated like a 1930s ocean liner and a Mount Vernon-style cupola on the roof.Nigel Davis reports on an industry whose products protect both an ocean liner and a girl's dress.Their obsessive story is told in graphic detail as they sail merrily along on an ocean liner.These multi-purpose, leisure-park hotels look under siege like huge ocean liners in trouble at sea.The three largest ocean liners in the world could have sat atop its crest like bathtub toys.There are, however, still many opportunities to see ocean liners arriving at and departing from the island.Farther west is the Hudson River, creating the illusion that ocean liners occasionally sail down the street.