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unite
American English: /juˈnaɪt/
British English: /juːˈnʌɪt/

Translation of unite in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • that is what unites us with our European allies
    esto es lo que nos une a nuestros aliados europeos

intransitive verb

  • unirse
    the waters of the two rivers unite
    las aguas de los dos ríos confluyen
    workers of the world, unite
    trabajadores del mundo entero, uníos
    they united in condemning the attack
    expresaron conjuntamente su repulsa del ataque
    Example sentences
    • News of her pregnancy unites them again after the marriage seemed to be over, but a later tragedy shatters his confidence, and his world begins to unravel.
    • The whole community unites in extending congratulations to this very popular couple.
    • Three hugely significant events were being commemorated and the whole community united in many ways to celebrate them.
    Example sentences
    • The actress added how mutual cooperation made them unite into one whole being and stop thinking about who is a better partner.
    • What Newton did to simplify the planetary motions must now be done to unite in one whole the various isolated theories of mathematical physics.
    • His father, Vincenzio Galilei, was a musician whose originality and polemic talents fomented a revolution uniting practice and theory in music much as Galileo was to unite them in science.

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