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align
  آختیدن، آخطیدن   
âxatidan

Fr.: aligner   

To arrange in a line or so as to be parallel; to adjust to produce a proper relationship or orientation.

M.Fr. aligner, from O.Fr. aligner, from à "to" + ligner "to line," from L. lineare, from linea "linen thread, string, line;" → line.

Âxatidan, from â- intesive and nuance prefix + xat, → line, + infinitive suffix -idan.

align a telescope
  آختیدن ِ دوربین، ~ تلسکوپ   
âxatidan-e durbin, ~ teleskop

Fr.: aligner un télescope   

Setting the axis of a telescope parallel to prime directions. In equatorial mounting, they are made parallel with the Earth's axis of rotation and the equator respectively. → collimation.

align; → telescope.

aligned
  آختیده   
âxatidé

Fr.: aligné   

Arranged in a → straight line.

Past participle of → align.

aligned magnetic field
  میدان ِ مغناطیسی ِ آختیده   
meydân-e meqnâtisi-ye âxatidé

Fr.: champ magnétique aligné   

A magnetic field whose lines of force are oriented along a particular direction or by a particular manner (axially, vertically; randomly, properly, etc.)

aligned; → magnetic field.

alignment
  آختش، آخطش   
âxateš

Fr.: alignement   

The fact of being in line or bringing into line.

Verbal noun of → align; → -ment.

misalignment
  دژخطش   
dožxateš

Fr.: mésalignement   

Deviation of the chain of → optical components from the optimum → alignment in an instrument which leads to → loss of → light and poor → image.

From mis- a prefix meaning "ill, mistaken, wrong, wrongly" + → alignment.

Dožxateš, from dož-, → dys-, + (â)xateš, → alignment.

polar alignment
  آخطش ِ قطبی   
âxateš-e qotbi

Fr.: alignement polaire   

The process or the state of making a → telescope's → polar axis → parallel to the → Earth's → rotation axis, that is with the → true North or → South  → celestial pole. When this is accomplished, the sky's motion can be cancelled out simply by turning the axis (either by hand or with a motor → drive) at the same rate as the rotation of the Earth, but in the opposite direction.

polar; → alignment.