[+choses, poteaux, éléments] to align, to line up
[+immeubles] to align
[+idées, chiffres] to string together
[+succès] to have one after the other
Depuis quelques mois, il aligne les succès. For a few months now, he's had one success after the other.
[+équipes, joueurs] to field
[+politique, prix] aligner qch sur to bring sth into alignment with
[soldats, élèves] to fall into line
[pays, partis] to come into alignment
s'aligner sur to align oneself with
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