between\ the\ lines

See: read between the lines

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  • Between the lines — can refer to: *The subtext of a letter, fictional work, conversation or other piece of communication. * Between the Lines (TV series), an early 1990s BBC television programme. * Between the Lines (Radio program) a weekly news program originating… …   Wikipedia

  • Between the lines — ist ein deutsches Plattenlabel für Jazz und Neue Improvisationsmusik, das 1999 gegründet wurde. Der Gründung des Labels voraus ging ein Konzert, das der Frankfurter Paul Steinhardt, Chef der DSF (Deutsche Structured Finance), mit Franz Koglmann… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • between the lines — adverb : by implication : in an indirect way made it clear, between the lines, that he would be in line for J s present job W.S.Carlson : inferentially read between the lines …   Useful english dictionary

  • between the lines —    If you read between the lines, you find the real message in what you re reading or hearing, a meaning that is not available from a literal interpretation of the words.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • Between the lines —   If you read between the lines, you find the real massage in what you re reading or hearing, a meaning that is not available from a literal interprtation of the words …   Dictionary of English idioms

  • between the lines — See: READ BETWEEN THE LINES …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • between the lines — See: READ BETWEEN THE LINES …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • between the lines — Synonyms and related words: covert, cryptic, delitescent, dormant, esoteric, hibernating, hidden, latent, lurking, muffled, mystic, obfuscated, obscured, occult, possible, potential, sleeping, submerged, under the surface, underlying,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • between the lines — underneath the obvious, beyond what is apparent …   English contemporary dictionary

  • between the lines — phrasal 1. by implication ; in an indirect way 2. by way of inference …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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