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unanimity

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Pronunciation: /juːnəˈnɪmɪti
 
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Definition of unanimity in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Agreement by all people involved; consensus: there is almost complete unanimity on this issue
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  • The predominance of unanimity encourages least-common-denominator agreements.
  • There is British insistence on unanimity for tax harmonization, partly on grounds of sovereignty.
  • It's also important to remember, in the context of the contest, that unanimity is not the same thing as unity.
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