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Spanish translation of “alignalignment”

alignalignment

verb, noun /əˈlain/ /əˈlainmənt/
to put in a straight line or in parallel lines
alinear
Align the two pieces of wood before joining them together.
to attach (oneself) to one side in an argument, politics etc
alinearse
He aligned himself with the rebels.
Alineación
the alignment of the Earth and the Sun.
(Definition of alignalignment from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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