Align (verb)

  1. To arrange or adjust things in a straight line.
  2. To bring into agreement or cooperation with a particular group or ideology.
  3. To match or coordinate something with something else.

Origin:

From french aligner, from old french, from à (“to”) + ligne (“line”), from latin linea (“line”).

Examples:

  1. The engineer will align the tracks so that the train runs smoothly.
  2. The new policy will align with the company's values and principles.
  3. We need to align our marketing strategy with the latest trends to stay ahead of the competition.
  4. The stars are aligning for a perfect vacation this summer.
  5. The students' schedules aligned perfectly, so they could all attend the concert together.
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