- alignment (n.)
- 1790, "arrangement in a line," from French alignement, from aligner (see align). Political sense is from 1933.
- 1. The Afro-Asian nations had approved the basic general principles of non-alignment.
- 2. His increasing alignment with the Reagan administration nearly cost him re-election.
- 3. A bone in my spine was out of alignment .
- 4. Britain formed a close alignment with Egypt in the last century.
- 5. A few of the tiles were clearly out of alignment.
[ alignment 造句 ]