English version

fall into line/bring somebody into line

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfall into line/bring somebody into linefall into line/bring somebody into lineinformalOBEY to start to do what someone else wants you to do, or to make someone do this Now that France and Germany have signed up, other countries will soon fall into line. The few party rebels were soon brought into line. line
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