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u·nite

 (yo͞o-nīt′)
v. u·nit·ed, u·nit·ing, u·nites
v.tr.
1. To bring together so as to form a whole: The different structures are united in a single flower.
2. To combine (people) in interest, attitude, or action: united the rival factions of the party.
3. To join (a couple) in marriage.
4. To have or demonstrate in combination: The course unites current theory and practice.
v.intr.
1. To become joined, formed, or combined into a unit: when reproductive cells unite.
2. To join and act together in a common purpose or endeavor. See Synonyms at join.

[Middle English uniten, from Latin ūnīre, ūnīt-, from ūnus, one; see oi-no- in Indo-European roots.]

unite

(juːˈnaɪt)
vb
1. to make or become an integrated whole or a unity; combine
2. to join, unify or be unified in purpose, action, beliefs, etc
3. to enter or cause to enter into an association or alliance
4. to adhere or cause to adhere; fuse
5. (tr) to possess or display (qualities) in combination or at the same time: he united charm with severity.
6. archaic to join or become joined in marriage
[C15: from Late Latin ūnīre, from ūnus one]
uˈniter n

unite

(ˈjuːnaɪt; juːˈnaɪt)
n
(Currencies) an English gold coin minted in the Stuart period, originally worth 20 shillings
[C17: from obsolete unite joined, alluding to the union of England and Scotland (1603)]

Unite

(juːˈnaɪt)
n
(in Britain) a trade union formed in 2007 by the amalgamation of Amicus and the Transport and General Workers' Union

u•nite1

(yuˈnaɪt)

v. u•nit•ed, u•nit•ing. v.t.
1. to join, combine, or incorporate so as to form a single whole or unit.
2. to cause to adhere.
3. to cause to be in a state of mutual sympathy, or to have a common opinion or attitude.
4. to have or exhibit in combination, as qualities.
v.i.
5. to become or form a single whole.
6. to be or act in agreement; have a common goal, attitude, etc.
7. to be joined by or as if by adhesion.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Latin ūnītus, past participle of ūnīre to join together, unite, derivative of ūnus]
u•nit′er, n.
syn: See join.

u•nite2

(ˈyu naɪt, yuˈnaɪt)

n.
a former gold coin of England, equal to 20 shillings, issued under James I and Charles I.
[1595–1605; n. use of earlier past participle of unite1, referring to union of England and Scotland]

unite


Past participle: united
Gerund: uniting

Imperative
unite
unite
Present
I unite
you unite
he/she/it unites
we unite
you unite
they unite
Preterite
I united
you united
he/she/it united
we united
you united
they united
Present Continuous
I am uniting
you are uniting
he/she/it is uniting
we are uniting
you are uniting
they are uniting
Present Perfect
I have united
you have united
he/she/it has united
we have united
you have united
they have united
Past Continuous
I was uniting
you were uniting
he/she/it was uniting
we were uniting
you were uniting
they were uniting
Past Perfect
I had united
you had united
he/she/it had united
we had united
you had united
they had united
Future
I will unite
you will unite
he/she/it will unite
we will unite
you will unite
they will unite
Future Perfect
I will have united
you will have united
he/she/it will have united
we will have united
you will have united
they will have united
Future Continuous
I will be uniting
you will be uniting
he/she/it will be uniting
we will be uniting
you will be uniting
they will be uniting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been uniting
you have been uniting
he/she/it has been uniting
we have been uniting
you have been uniting
they have been uniting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been uniting
you will have been uniting
he/she/it will have been uniting
we will have been uniting
you will have been uniting
they will have been uniting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been uniting
you had been uniting
he/she/it had been uniting
we had been uniting
you had been uniting
they had been uniting
Conditional
I would unite
you would unite
he/she/it would unite
we would unite
you would unite
they would unite
Past Conditional
I would have united
you would have united
he/she/it would have united
we would have united
you would have united
they would have united
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.unite - act in concert or unite in a common purpose or beliefunite - act in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief
league - unite to form a league
federalize, federate, federalise - unite on a federal basis or band together as a league; "The country was federated after the civil war"
confederate - form a confederation with; of nations
ally with - unite formally; of interest groups or countries
join, fall in, get together - become part of; become a member of a group or organization; "He joined the Communist Party as a young man"
consociate, associate - bring or come into association or action; "The churches consociated to fight their dissolution"
band together, confederate - form a group or unite; "The groups banded together"
reunify, reunite - unify again, as of a country; "Will Korea reunify?"
pair, pair off, partner off, couple - form a pair or pairs; "The two old friends paired off"
club - unite with a common purpose; "The two men clubbed together"
carve up, dissever, divide, split, split up, separate - separate into parts or portions; "divide the cake into three equal parts"; "The British carved up the Ottoman Empire after World War I"
2.unite - become one; "Germany unified officially in 1990"; "the cells merge"
consolidate - unite into one; "The companies consolidated"
consubstantiate - become united in substance; "thought and the object consubstantiate"
syncretise, syncretize - unite (beliefs or conflicting principles)
converge - come together so as to form a single product; "Social forces converged to bring the Fascists back to power"
federate, federalise, federalize - enter into a league for a common purpose; "The republics federated to become the Soviet Union"
integrate - become one; become integrated; "The students at this school integrate immediately, despite their different backgrounds"
coalesce - fuse or cause to grow together
3.unite - have or possess in combinationunite - have or possess in combination; "she unites charm with a good business sense"
feature, have - have as a feature; "This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France"
4.unite - be or become joined or united or linkedunite - be or become joined or united or linked; "The two streets connect to become a highway"; "Our paths joined"; "The travelers linked up again at the airport"
syndicate - join together into a syndicate; "The banks syndicated"
articulate - unite by forming a joint or joints; "the ankle bone articulates with the leg bones to form the ankle bones"
complect, interconnect, interlink - be interwoven or interconnected; "The bones are interconnected via the muscle"
5.unite - bring together for a common purpose or action or ideology or in a shared situation; "the Democratic Patry platform united several splinter groups"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
draw together, bring together, bond - bring together in a common cause or emotion; "The death of their child had drawn them together"
6.unite - join or combineunite - join or combine; "We merged our resources"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
consolidate - bring together into a single whole or system; "The town and county schools are being consolidated"
weld - unite closely or intimately; "Her gratitude welded her to him"
consubstantiate - unite in one common substance; "Thought is consubstantiated with the object"

unite

verb
1. join, link, combine, couple, marry, wed, blend, incorporate, merge, consolidate, unify, fuse, amalgamate, coalesce, meld They have agreed to unite their efforts to bring peace.
join part, separate, split, divide, break, detach, sever, disunite
2. cooperate, ally, join forces, league, band, associate, pool, collaborate, confederate, pull together, join together, close ranks, club together The two parties have been trying to unite since the New Year.
cooperate part, break, separate, split, divorce

unite

verb
1. To bring or come together into a united whole:
2. To assemble or join in a group:
Translations
يَتَوَحَّديُوَحِّديُوَحِّدُ
spojitspojit sesjednotit
forenegå sammen
yhdistääyhtyä
ujediniti
sameinasameinast
結合する
연합하다
apvienotapvienotiessavienot
združiti
förena
ทำให้เป็นหนึ่ง
birleş mekbirleştirmekbirlikte hareket etmek
đoàn kếthợp nhất

unite

[juːˈnaɪt]
A. VT (= join) [+ people, organizations] → unir; [+ parts of country] → unificar, unir
B. VIunirse
to unite against sbunirse para hacer frente a algn
we must unite in defence of our rightsdebemos unirnos para defender nuestros derechos

unite

[ˈjuːnaɪt]
vtunir
vis'unir

unite

vt (= join, also form: = marry) → vereinigen, verbinden; party, country (treaty etc) → (ver)einigen, zusammenschließen; (emotions, ties, loyalties) → (ver)einen; the common interests which unite usdie gemeinsamen Interessen, die uns verbinden
visich zusammenschließen, sich vereinigen; to unite in doing somethinggemeinsam etw tun; to unite in grief/opposition to somethinggemeinsam trauern/gegen etw Opposition machen; workers of the world, unite!Proletarier aller Länder, vereinigt euch!

unite

[juːˈnaɪt]
1. vt (join, parts, pieces) → unire; (unify, parts of country) → unificare
2. vi (join) → unirsi; (companies) → fondersi
to unite with sb/in doing or to do sth → unirsi a qn/per fare qc

unite

(juˈnait) verb
1. to join together, or to make or become one. England and Scotland were united under one parliament in 1707; He was united with his friends again.
2. to act together. Let us unite against the common enemy.
uˈnited adjective
1. joined into a political whole. the United States of America.
2. joined together by love, friendship etc. They're a very united pair/family.
3. made as a result of several people etc working together for a common purpose. Let us make a united effort to make our business successful.

unite

يُوَحِّدُ spojit se forene vereinigen ενώνω unir yhdistää unifier ujediniti unire 結合する 연합하다 verenigen forene zjednoczyć unir объединять förena ทำให้เป็นหนึ่ง birleştirmek hợp nhất 团结

unite

vt. unir; reunir, congregar.

unite

vt, vi unir(se)
References in classic literature ?
The year is gone, we still unite To joke and laugh and read, And tread the path of literature That doth to glory lead.
They stood in the noon of that strange and solemn splendour, as if it were the light that is to reveal all secrets, and the daybreak that shall unite all who belong to one another.
He desired that ship to unite with his own in the search; by sailing over the sea some four or five miles apart, on parallel lines, and so sweeping a double horizon, as it were.