Definition of unification in English:

unification

Line breaks: uni¦fi|ca¦tion
Pronunciation: /ˌjuːnɪfɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The process of being united or made into a whole: the costs of German unification there were conversations about unification between the Church of England and the Methodist Church
More example sentences
  • A progressive union of Europe requires the political unification of the working class.
  • At the heart of a socialist programme is the international unification of the working class.
  • The key question facing Europe after 1989 has been how to manage the process of German unification.
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unificatory

adjective
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  • To what extent are there laws in biology that function to provide unificatory explanations?
  • This form of nationalism is unificatory and corresponds historically with the nationalisms of Italy and Germany in the nineteenth century.
  • The many become one because they are drawn into unity by the unificatory activity of creativity, initiated by God, and completed by determinate occasions.

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