(=physical position) alignement m
to be out of alignment ne pas être aligné (e)
to be out of alignment with sth ne pas être aligné (e) sur qch
(=affiliation) affiliation f → The church should have no political alignment. alignment with sb/sth alignement sur qn/qch → His increasing alignment with the Reagan administration nearly cost him re-election. to bring sb/sth into alignment aligner qn/qch → It is likely that Brown will simply announce further consultation to explore whether it is possible to bring the two groups into alignment. → We must examine and revise teacher education programs to bring them into alignment with the Task Force's recommendations. →
n non-alignement m
→ Burma pursued a policy of non-alignment.
→ Generations born since independence are committed to non-alignment.