align definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to prepare in a line or more as to be parallel: align the tops of a-row of photos; lined up the vehicle with the curb.
    • to modify (elements of a mechanism, as an example) to make an effective commitment or direction: aligning the tires of a truck.
    • To ally (oneself, as an example) with one part of a disagreement or cause: lined up by themselves utilizing the free traders.
    • to modify or form to a line; to vary or develop in-line; to create into line; to aline.
    • to create in line; to-fall into line.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To adhere to a prescribed course of action.
    • To move or perhaps adjusted into appropriate relationship or positioning.
  • verb:
    • to make in-line; to-fall into range.
    • To adjust or develop to a line; to range or develop lined up; to create into line.
    • To adhere yourself with an organization or a means of thinking.
    • bring (elements or parts) into correct or desirable control correlation
    • place in a line or arrange in order to be synchronous or straight
    • be or come right into modification with
    • align oneself with friends or an easy method of thinking
  • others:
    • See aline, alinement.

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