Align ourselves with - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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align (oneself) with
To support, agree with, or form an alliance with a particular person or idea. As soon as I explained how the plan would benefit the company financially, the CFO aligned himself with the idea. Heather aligned herself with an animal rights group and began promoting veganism.
align oneself with someone or something
Fig. to bring oneself into agreement with someone or someone's ideas; to associate oneself with someone or someone's cause. She sought to align herself with the older members.
align something with something
to adjust, straighten, or arrange something in reference to something else. Try to align this piece with the one next to it.
References in periodicals archive
We've tried to align ourselves with
producers and we've worked hard on development with stars and, as a result, we've had an exceptionally high rate of pre-sales.
We are delighted to align ourselves with
Daniel Gale Sotheby's," explained Frank Huntington.
We would never align ourselves with
something we didn't believe in.
we have the potential to dramatically expand our own offering in the apartment industry, We are thrilled to work with Ember and align ourselves with
such a promising technology.
We are excited to align ourselves with
an industry leading back office technology provider like DPN, said Patrick F.
We have always looked to align ourselves with
such an organization and-foresee this relationship as a perfect marriage.