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re‧a‧lign [transitive]
1PPGSSO to change the way in which something is organized [= reorganize]:
The company is planning to realign its sales operations.

realign yourself with somebody

to begin to support and work together with someone again:
They have tried to realign themselves with the communists.
3 to change the position of something slightly so that it is in the correct position in relation to something else:
You'll have to realign your text columns.

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