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unite

u·nite

unite

 
 
pronunciation:
y naIt
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: united, unites, uniting
definition 1: to join together into a whole; combine.
synonyms:
amalgamate, combine, conjoin, join, unify
antonyms:
disintegrate, disunite, divide, part, separate
similar words:
ally, band, blend, bond, coalesce, confederate, conglomerate, connect, coordinate, federate, fuse, incorporate, knit, lump, marry, merge, mingle, mix, piece, splice, wed
definition 2: to bring together into a state of cooperation, friendship, or mutual understanding.
antonyms:
balkanize, disunite, divide, split
similar words:
ally, band, bond, connect, consort, join, link, marry, unify
definition 3: to bring together in matrimony.
synonyms:
marry, wed
antonyms:
divorce
similar words:
bind
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition 1: to be joined together into or act as a whole.
synonyms:
amalgamate, combine, conjoin
antonyms:
disintegrate, divide, part
similar words:
aggregate, ally, band, blend, bond, coalesce, confederate, conglomerate, connect, fuse, join, league, merge, mingle, mix, organize
definition 2: to share a common interest, attitude, or goal.
antonyms:
diverge, divide, split
similar words:
affiliate, ally, amalgamate, associate, bond, combine, confederate, converge, cooperate, join, mingle, organize
definition 3: to be or become joined or bound together.
antonyms:
disunite, divide, part
similar words:
ally, amalgamate, bond, coalesce, cohere, combine, conglomerate, couple, graft, league, link, merge, wed
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Unite comes from unire, a Latin word that means "to make one."
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  • united:
    having been joined together.
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