Definition of united in English:

united

Syllabification: u·nit·ed
Pronunciation: /yo͞oˈnītid
 
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adjective

1Joined together politically, for a common purpose, or by common feelings: women acting together in a united way
More example sentences
  • Joining in a united front against fascism is one thing, but being party to attacks on the working class is quite another.
  • The first step has to be the main parties working together to present a united front against racism, xenophobia and the politics of disunity.
  • This was a missed opportunity to show a united political front against the war and to broaden the appeal of the anti-war campaign.
Synonyms
unified, integrated, amalgamated, joined, merged; federal, confederatecommon, shared, joint, combined, communal, cooperative, collective, collaborative, concerted
British informal joined-up
unanimous, in agreement, agreed, in unison, of the same opinion, like-minded, as one, in accord, in harmony, in unity
1.1chiefly British Used in names of soccer and other sports teams formed by amalgamation: Oxford United
More example sentences
  • Ronaldo tries to go round Gary Neville, but the United defender gets his foot in.
  • Recently, I took Aaryn to Old Trafford for his first United game, which he loved.
  • It was nice to see the United fans applauding Real off the pitch at the end.

Derivatives

unitedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • ‘A determined humanity will have to meet these challenges unitedly, and religion can help bring about that unity of purpose, provided it is properly understood and practiced,’ Vanavarayar observed.
  • Although the two teams differed in their perception of what made India great, they unitedly opposed the diatribes of the third team.
  • He hoped that people will work unitedly for progress of the Centre.

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