Definition of 'unite'
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The school is united in its grief. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Us victims will stand together united for justice and answers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They said that they would ask Mexico to join their united front. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I say it's time for us to come together as a united people. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We pull together in this united kingdom. The Sun (2014)Will defence groups keep a united front? Times, Sunday Times (2009)You need to make a united stand so his son learns to be responsible. The Sun (2008)You can see we are all together and united. The Sun (2010)And yesterday all three cities were united in grief at that exact time. The Sun (2009)How can very different people unite in purpose? Christianity Today (2000)Today there are no causes that unite us. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We must stay united and focused on finding her. The Sun (2012)We are a united kingdom with a united future. The Sun (2014)Many local united churches and groups of churches have been established. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My wish is to unite and make the club successful. The Sun (2015)But it can also bring people together with a united sense of purpose. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They must unite and organise to help us help them. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Together we are a united kingdom with a united future. The Sun (2014)It promises to be a long, happy and fruitful marriage as they unite against the cowboys. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Unite said industrial action would see passenger services seriously disrupted during the Easter holidays. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Yesterday, they were united in their grief. Times, Sunday Times (2010)When people are united behind a cause or a project, they can move mountains. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Labour chiefs launched disciplinary action amid claims Unite signed up dozens of members to the party there without telling them. The Sun (2013)The cricket team has, in a small way, helped unite and bring joy to the country. The Sun (2016)He said: 'I came up with the idea to unite football fans to forget their petty rivalries and come together in a national movement. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'unite'
British English: unite /juːˈnaɪt/ VERB
If a group of people or things unite, they join together and act as a group.
The two parties have been trying to unite since the New Year.
Only the president can unite the people.
- American English: unite
- Arabic: يُوَحِّدُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: unir
- Chinese: 团结
- Croatian: ujediniti
- Czech: spojit se
- Danish: forene
- Dutch: verenigen
- European Spanish: unir personas
- Finnish: yhdistää
- French: unifier
- German: vereinigen
- Greek: ενώνω
- Italian: unire
- Japanese: 結合する
- Korean: 연합하다
- Norwegian: forene
- Polish: zjednoczyć
- European Portuguese: unir
- Romanian: a uni
- Russian: объединять
- Spanish: unir
- Swedish: förena
- Thai: ทำให้เป็นหนึ่ง
- Turkish: birleştirmek kişileri
- Ukrainian: об'єднувати(ся)
- Vietnamese: hợp nhất
Definition of unite from the Collins English Dictionary
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