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Another thing on which there is unanimous agreement is that trade and globalisation are a force for good. Times, Sunday Times (2016)On Monday, there was a unanimous agreement from the players that they have not been doing justice to those famous red jerseys. The Sun (2016)It was pleasing that racing was unanimous in support. The Sun (2012)We had unanimous agreement on a match. Christianity Today (2000)The takeover has unanimous board approval from both companies. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Other commentators were unanimous in their praise. DISRAELI: A Personal History (2004)We can have a unanimous vote but the mayor can override it. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There was unanimous agreement that spa was on the march. Times, Sunday Times (2011)At last the critics were unanimous in their praise. A TALE OF FOUR HOUSES: Opera at Covent Garden, La Scala, Vienna and the Met since 1945 (2003)They are expected to show a unanimous vote in favour of introducing forward guidance. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There was unanimous agreement on the early reduction of the deficit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Experts are unanimous that efforts must be made to improve cash returns regardless of how small the increase. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He said it was unlikely the proposals would be put to a vote because ideally unanimous acceptance would be required. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The board was in unanimous agreement. The Sun (2009)The committee was unanimous in leaving quantitative easing at 375 billion. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The measure was proposed by France and won unanimous support. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The board were unanimous in deciding it wouldn't be the right fit for our club. The Sun (2013) Support was unanimous for the proposal that Britain needed to improve its competitiveness on the taxation front. Times, Sunday Times (2010)To get the proposal through, a unanimous vote was required. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The Lisbon treaty allows for this to be done by unanimous agreement. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A unanimous vote was needed but three teams refused to give consent. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He has the unanimous support of the board and has always devoted a significant amount of time to Sky. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The main way that a treaty can be changed is by the unanimous agreement of all 27 nations during future treaty negotiations. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It requires unanimous support, and Britain has already said it will vote it down. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He added that he would like to be able to say there was unanimous support for the move'but that is not the case '. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'unanimous'
British English: unanimous /juːˈnænɪməs/ ADJECTIVE
When a group of people or their opinion is unanimous, they all agree about something.
Their decision was unanimous.
- American English: unanimous
- Arabic: إِجْمَاعِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: unânime
- Chinese: 一致同意的
- Croatian: jednoglasan
- Czech: jednohlasný
- Danish: enstemmig
- Dutch: unaniem
- European Spanish: unánime
- Finnish: yksimielinen
- French: unanime
- German: einstimmig
- Greek: ομόφωνος
- Italian: unanime
- Japanese: 満場一致の
- Korean: 만장 일치인
- Norwegian: enstemmig
- Polish: jednomyślny
- European Portuguese: unânime
- Romanian: unanim
- Russian: единогласный
- Spanish: unánime
- Swedish: enhällig
- Thai: เป็นเอกฉันท์
- Turkish: oybirliğiyle
- Ukrainian: одностайний
- Vietnamese: nhất trí
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