Learn how to say Queue correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word queue:
1chiefly British a line or sequence of people or vehicles awaiting their turn to be attended to or to proceed.
2 Computing a list of data items, commands, etc., stored so as to be retrievable in a definite order, usually the order of insertion.
3 archaic a plait of hair worn at the back.
verb (queues, queuing or queueing, queued)
1 [no object] chiefly British take one’s place in a queue:
in the war they had queued for food
(queue up) be extremely keen to do or have something:
companies are queuing up to move to the bay
2 [with object] Computing arrange in a queue:
input or output requests to a file are queued by the operating system
late 16th century (as a heraldic term denoting the tail of an animal): from French, based on Latin cauda ‘tail’. Compare with cue2. queue (sense 1 of the noun) dates from the mid 19th century
Queuing is usually spelled without an e before the i, although queueing is also correct.