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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishalignmenta‧lign‧ment /əˈlaɪnmənt/ ●○○ noun  1 [uncountable]ARRANGE A GROUP OF THINGS OR PEOPLE the state of being arranged in a line with something or parallel to somethingalignment of the geometrical alignment of the Sun, Moon, and Earth at the eclipseout of/into alignment The wheels were out of alignment.2 [countable, uncountable]UNITE support given by one country or group to another in politics, defence etcalignment with their military alignment with the US
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alignmentThe Colorado Buffaloes use a 3-4 defensive alignment.Those arguments then assert that functional alignment is the only logical answer.The alignment proposed follows the Development Plan Line and development control has affected this part of the route for over 20 years.Check the wheel alignment on the car.out of/into alignmentThis can throw the spine out of alignment and press on sensitive nerves in your back and legs.
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