Alignment (noun)

  1. The proper positioning or adjustment of parts in relation to each other.
  2. The state of being in agreement or accord with someone or something else.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french alineement, from aliner 'to align'.

Examples:

  1. The alignment of the wheels is critical for the safe operation of the car.
  2. The political alignment of the two countries has changed over the years.
  3. In yoga, proper alignment of the body is essential for avoiding injury.
  4. The alignment of the planets influences their gravitational interactions and can affect their orbits.
  5. The alignment of one's personal values with those of their employer is important for job satisfaction.
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