dole queue

dole queue
/'dəυl kju:/ noun
a line of people waiting to collect their unemployment money
(NOTE: The US term is dole line.)

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  • dole — dole1 [dəul US doul] n [U] informal 1.) BrE money given by the government in Britain to people who are unemployed be/go on the dole (=be unemployed and receiving money from the government) ▪ Too many young people are still on the dole. ▪ The… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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