Definition of unanimous in English:

unanimous

Syllabification: u·nan·i·mous
Pronunciation: /yo͞oˈnanəməs
 
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adjective

1(Of two or more people) fully in agreement: the doctors were unanimous in their diagnoses
More example sentences
  • The councillors were unanimous in their agreement that new hospital facilities were long overdue in the town.
  • The judges were also unanimous in their concern that most of the sites made visitors work too hard.
  • Councillors gave their unanimous support to the bill, although some were concerned the wording was not tight enough.
Synonyms
united, in agreement, in accord, of one mind, of the same mind, in harmony, concordant, undivided, as one
1.1(Of an opinion, decision, or vote) held or carried by everyone involved.
More example sentences
  • If the vote was unanimous, where then did the minority disappear?
  • The unanimous decision to reelect Sahal came after he emerged the sole candidate to qualify for the runoff.
  • If found guilty by unanimous decision, the men will face execution.
Synonyms
uniform, consistent, united, concerted, congruent

Origin

early 17th century: from Latin unanimus (from unus 'one' + animus 'mind') + -ous.

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