Definition of 'align'
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And so it's one of those very rare times in history where all the stars are aligned. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Whether the stars remain aligned is unclear. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Mars aligns with the moon and you will be strong without being bossy. The Sun (2009)It would also help ministers to ensure that resource allocation was aligned to policy goals. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Now rival groups aligned with the deposed government are counter attacking. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The stars are aligned in a rare fashion. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Jupiter aligns with the moon to help you make progress with your home plans. The Sun (2011)That was when it felt the stars were aligning and it had to happen. The Sun (2015)Jupiter aligns with the moon and you handle people well at home and work. The Sun (2009)Sometimes in business there are rare moments when all the stars are aligned. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Jupiter aligns with the moon and helps you handle relationships skilfully. The Sun (2008)She consulted a team of astrologers after fearing the stars would be aligned in the wrong direction. The Sun (2012)It is almost unheard of for the stars to align in such a way. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But now the stars may just align. The Sun (2014)All the democratic stars need to align at the same time. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But sometimes the stars just align. The Sun (2016)There are people online sharing information about how to do it who claim they experience better health when aligned to the moon. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In this, their interests are surprisingly well aligned. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Healing Neptune aligns with the moon in your family chart. The Sun (2008)It may be that 2010 was the one year when the stars were aligned. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's like the stars align when he does his thing. Times, Sunday Times (2014)As the sun aligns with the moon, you become an expert in all kinds of close relationships. The Sun (2008)Serious Saturn aligns with the moon to give you the steady nerves you need to take on challenges at work. The Sun (2009)Mercury aligns with the moon and your sixth sense is amazing meaning you read minds well, which helps at work and at home. The Sun (2010)Godfather Jupiter aligns with the moon so you have a winning blend of optimism and daring and are ready to put ambitions to the test. The Sun (2008)Fold the remaining fabric in half with wrong sides together over flap, so the wide hem is aligned with folded edge; pin. Collins Complete Books of Soft Furnishings (1993)
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Translations for 'align'
British English: align VERB
If you align yourself with a particular group, you support them because you have the same political aim.
He aligned himself with the mayor.
Definition of align from the Collins English Dictionary
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