beeline /ˈbiːlʌɪn/


I. noun

a straight line between two places.
II. phrases

make a beeline for
hurry directly to.

the city commuters made a beeline for the bar.
– origin early 19th cent.: with reference to the straight line supposedly taken instinctively by a bee when returning to the hive.

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