The incorrect arrangement or position of something in relation to something else.
More example sentences
- It has avoided the serious risks of prolonged exchange rate misalignment associated with fixed exchange rates.
- Since no two lines actually rendezvous, a shifting pattern emerges from their misalignment that evokes the nervous scrawl of a polygraph test.
- In an environment characterized by globalization, the developed countries are urged to foster stable and sustainable financial policies to avoid exchange rate misalignments and volatility among major currencies.
Definition of misalignment in:
- The British & World English dictionary