realign Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"realign" in British English

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realignverb [T]

uk   us   /ˌriː.əˈlaɪn/
to put something into a new or ​correctposition: She realigned the ​books along the ​edge of the ​shelf.
realign yourself (with sb/sth) to ​changeyourideas or ​policies so that they are the same as those of another ​person or ​group: Several ​politiciansleft the ​party and realigned themselves with the ​opposition.
realignment
noun [C or U] uk   us   /-mənt/
This ​war will ​inevitablylead to a realignment of/withinEuropeanpolitics.
(Definition of realign from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"realign" in Business English

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realignverb [T]

uk   us   /ˌriːəˈlaɪn/
WORKPLACE to ​change the way a ​company or ​organizationworks or does ​business: Certain ​businesses are being realigned in ​order to ​strengthencapability in ​keystrategicareas and to ​improve our ​customerservices.
ECONOMICS to ​change the ​value of a ​currency compared to the ​value of other ​currencies or of ​changes in ​interestrates: realign sth with sth The UK ​government is facing ​pressure to realign ​prices with those in ​continentalEurope.
(Definition of realign from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “realign”
in Chinese (Simplified) 重新排列, 重新调整…
in Chinese (Traditional) 重新排列, 重新調整…
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