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tr.v. re·a·ligned, re·a·lign·ing, re·a·ligns
1. To put back into proper order or alignment: realigned the fence.
2. To cause to form new arrangements or to have a new orientation; reorganize: realigned our department for new projects; realigned the political parties.
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the act or instance of restoring or changing to a previous or different position
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noun readjustment, restructuring, shake-up, reshuffling, reorganization, rationalization, rearrangement a realignment of the existing political structure
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realignment[riːəˈlaɪnmənt] N [of currency] (also Pol) → realineamiento m
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realignment[ˌriːəˈlaɪnmənt] n [company, economy, system] → remaniement m
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realignment[riːəˈlaɪnmənt] n (frm) realignment (of) → riallineamento (di)
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