queue-jumping

queue-jumping

n
1. the act of taking a place in a queue ahead of those already queuing
2. the act of obtaining prior consideration or some other advantage out of turn or unfairly
Translations

queue-jumping

[ˈkjuːˌdʒʌmpɪŋ] N (Brit) → colarse m
queue-jumping will not be toleratedno se permitirá que nadie se cuele
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When the 32-year-old objected to the queue-jumping, one man hit him around the mouth.
Ten police officers tried to maintain order as queuing passengers bunched when boarding started, with anger from some people at perceived queue-jumping.
Kirklees Magistrates' Court heard the attack happened in Cross Church Street following a row over queue-jumping at a taxi rank.
Beijing: China's capital Beijing yesterday launched a new effort to "civilise" its residents by clamping down on queue-jumping and smoking ahead of a summit for Asian leaders later this year.
You see it with appalling behaviour on our highways, in queue-jumping at our bus stops and in the pushing and barging that takes place in our shops.
But scores of motorists who don't want to wait their turn to join the highway are resorting to queue-jumping at a point on New Twun Road.
Criticism greeted the announcement by the entertainment giant that queue-jumping passes were to be abolished in a bid to tackle abuse of the system.
Queue-jumping at stations has been mentioned, but is not likely due to an effort to implement this system with minimal condemnation of adjoining properties.
Queue-jumping isn't welcome in any walk of life and Cameron, for once, appears to have got something right.
Cort and his wife were involved in the huge bust-up after being accused of queue-jumping by irate customers.
After winning the Alberta Progressive Conservative leadership race in September 2011, Alison Redford became the province's first female premier and vowed to restore millions of dollars that had been cut from education, and to hold a public inquiry into allegations of queue-jumping in the province's health-care system.
CASH-STRAPPED families are paying up to pounds 500 for a day out as theme-parks promote costly queue-jumping passes.