Definition of Align in English :

Define Align in English

Align meaning in English

Meaning of Align in English

Pronunciation of Align in English

Align pronunciation in English

Pronounce Align in English


see synonyms of align


1. adjust, align, aline, line up

place in a line or arrange so as to be parallel or straight

Example Sentences:
'align the car with the curb'
'align the sheets of paper on the table'

2. align

be or come into adjustment with

3. align, array

align oneself with a group or a way of thinking

4. align, coordinate, ordinate

bring (components or parts) into proper or desirable coordination correlation

Example Sentences:
'align the wheels of my car'
'ordinate similar parts'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


see synonyms of align
to place or become placed in a line
to bring (components or parts, such as the wheels of a car) into proper or desirable coordination or relation
3. (transitive; usually foll by with)
to bring (a person, country, etc) into agreement or cooperation with the policy, etc of another person or group
4. (transitive) psychology
to integrate or harmonize the aims, practices, etc of a group
5. (usually foll by with) psychology
to identify with or match the behaviour, thoughts, etc of another person

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see synonyms of align
verb transitive
to bring into a straight line; adjust by line
to bring (parts or components, as the wheels of a car) into proper coordination
to bring into agreement, close cooperation, etc.
he aligned himself with the liberals
verb intransitive
to come or fall into line; line up

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.


see synonyms of align
v. a·ligned, a·lign·ing, a·ligns
1. To arrange in a line or so as to be parallel: align the tops of a row of pictures; aligned the car with the curb.
2. To adjust (parts of a mechanism, for example) to produce a proper relationship or orientation: aligning the wheels of a truck.
3. To ally (oneself, for example) with one side of an argument or cause: aligned themselves with the free traders.
1. To adhere to a prescribed course of action.
2. To move or be adjusted into proper relationship or orientation.

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