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English definition of “align”

align

verb [T]  /əˈlɑɪn/ us  
to put two or more things into a straight line: You need to align the numbers properly in a column. fig. Business leaders are aligned with (= agree with) the president on this issue.
alignment
noun [C/U]  /əˈlɑɪn·mənt/ us  
[U] You hear that noise because the wheels are out of alignment.
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