realign meaning, realign definition | English Cobuild dictionary

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realign

  
  ( realigns    3rd person present)   ( realigning    present participle)   ( realigned    past tense & past participle  ) If you realign your ideas, policies, or plans, you organize them in a different way in order to take account of new circumstances.      verb  
She has, almost single-handedly, realigned British politics.      V n, Also V  
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realignment, reign, regain, real

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