align with


align with
align v with 1. ECON angleichen an; 2. LAW anpassen an

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  • align — a|lign [əˈlaın] v [Date: 1400 1500; : French; Origin: aligner, from ligne line ] 1.) [T] to publicly support a political group, country, or person that you agree with align yourself with sb/sth ▪ Church leaders have aligned themselves with the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • align — Synonyms and related words: act with, adjust, align with, allocate, allot, apportion, array, bank, collimate, collineate, collocate, compose, correspond, deal, deal out, dispose, distribute, equalize, equate, equidistance, even, fell, fix,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • align — v. (D; refl., tr.) to align with (the wheels must be aligned with the frame; he aligned himself with the left wing of the party) * * * [ə laɪn] (D;refl.,tr.) to alignwith (the wheels must be aligned with the frame; he aligned himself with the… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • align — v 1. straighten, collinate, parallel, range, rank, line up; adjust, arrange, regulate, sight, even, match up, fine tune, calibrate; get in line, fall in, get in order. 2.Usu. align with affiliate, associate, ally, join; become one of, cast one s… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • align — UK US /əˈlaɪn/ verb [T] ► to change something so that it has a correct relationship to something else: »Later this year, the company will introduce a price platform for its home insurance contracts, and will align all its prices. align sth with… …   Financial and business terms

  • Align-m — is a multiple sequence alignment program written by Ivo Van Walle.Align m has the ability to accomplish the following tasks: * Multiple sequence alignment * Include extra information to guide the sequence alignment * Multiple structural alignment …   Wikipedia

  • align — ► VERB 1) place or arrange in a straight line or into correct relative positions. 2) (align oneself with) ally oneself to. DERIVATIVES alignment noun. ORIGIN French aligner, from à ligne into line …   English terms dictionary

  • align — I verb accommodate, adapt, adjust, ameliorate, amend, attune, change, collimate, conform, correct, cure, improve, level, line up, make uniform, modify, normalize, pattern, perfect, readjust, rectify, regularize, remedy, revise II index conform,… …   Law dictionary

  • align — [ə līn′] vt. [Fr aligner < a , to + ligner < ligne, LINE1] 1. to bring into a straight line; adjust by line 2. to bring (parts or components, as the wheels of a car) into proper coordination 3. to bring into agreement, close cooperation,… …   English World dictionary

  • align — [[t]əla͟ɪn[/t]] aligns, aligning, aligned 1) VERB If you align yourself with a particular group, you support them because you have the same political aim. [V pron refl prep] Of late, though, there have been signs that the prime minister is… …   English dictionary

  • align yourself with sb — UK US align yourself with sth/sb Phrasal Verb with align({{}}/əˈlaɪn/ verb [T] ► to agree with a person or an organization and work with them or support their ideas: »The company has a commitment to align itself closely with specialty retailers …   Financial and business terms