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Adjective: united  yoo'nI-tid
  1. Of or relating to two people who are married to each other
    - joined
  2. Involving the joint activity of two or more
    "a united effort";
    - concerted, conjunct, conjunctive, cooperative
  3. Characterized by unity; being or joined into a single entity
    "presented a united front"
Verb: unite  yoo'nIt
  1. Act or bring together for a common purpose or belief
    - unify
  2. Become one
    "Germany united officially in 1990";
    - unify, merge
  3. Have or possess in combination
    "she unites charm with a good business sense";
    - combine
  4. Be or become joined or united or linked
    "The two streets unite to become a highway";
    - connect, link, link up, join
  5. Bring together for a common purpose, action, ideology or in a shared situation
    "the Democratic Party platform united several splinter groups";
    - unify
  6. Join or combine
    "We united our resources";
    - unify, merge

See also: agreed, allied, amalgamate, amalgamated, coalesced, coalescent, coalescing, cohesive, collective, confederate, confederative, conjugate, conjugated, conjunct, consolidated, coupled, federate, federated, fused, in agreement, in league, incorporate, incorporated, integrated, joint, married, merged, nonsegmental, one, suprasegmental, tied, undivided, unified, unitary, unpartitioned, unsegmented

Type of: alter, change, fall in, feature, get together, have, integrate, join, modify

Antonym: divided

Encyclopedia: United, Solidary and Responsible Guadeloupe

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