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unify

u·ni·fy

unify

 
 
pronunciation:
yu nih faI
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb
features:
Word Combinations (verb), Word Parts
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: unified, unifies, unifying
definition: to bring together into a single unit or entity; unite.
The enemy attack on the country had the effect of unifying the population.The two nations were eventually unified under one flag.This new piece of evidence helps to unify the various parts of the theory.
synonyms:
amalgamate, blend, combine, conjoin, consolidate, fuse, join, marry, merge, unite
antonyms:
disunite, divide, separate
similar words:
agglomerate, ally, band, bond, coalesce, commingle, compound, confederate, converge, group, harmonize, heal, knit, link, mingle, synthesize, wed, yoke
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition: to become a single unit or entity; unite.
Because of strongly opposing views and struggles over leadership, it took years for the workers to unify.
synonyms:
coalesce, confederate, merge, unite
antonyms:
disunite
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derivations: unifying (adj.), unifier (n.)
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