● queue (n/v)
British way to say a "line".
● queue up (ph.)
British way to say "line up"
● queue jumper (ph.)
someone who cut in the line.
● six of one, half a dozen of another (ph.)
when you use this phrase to describe two things ,it means they're the same to you.
● go in one ear and out the other (ph.)
when you say it, it means you heard but you didn't remember anything.