realign

US [ˌriəˈlaɪn]
UK [ˌriːəˈlaɪn]
  • v.调整位置(或方向);对…进行调整;使适应新形势;改变观点
  • Web重新对齐;重新排列;重新组合
Simple Present:realigns  Present Participle:realigning  Past Tense:realigned  
realign
v.
1.
~ sth
调整位置(或方向)to change the position or direction of sth slightly
The road was realigned to improve visibility.
道路做了调整,以提高能见度。
2.
~ sth
对…进行调整;使适应新形势to make changes to sth in order to adapt it to a new situation
The company has been forced to realign its operations in the area.
公司被迫对这一领域的经营作了调整。
3.
~ yourself (with sb/sth)
改变观点,改变策略(以与别人相同)to change your opinions, policies, etc. so that they are the same as those of another person, group, etc.
The rebel MPs have realigned themselves with the opposition party.
几个造反的下院议员已与反对党站在一起。

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