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unify

verb uni·fy \ˈyü-nə-ˌfī\

: to cause (people or things) to be joined or brought together

uni·fieduni·fy·ing

Full Definition of UNIFY

transitive verb
:  to make into a unit or a coherent whole :  unite
uni·fi·able \-ˌfī-ə-bəl\ adjective
uni·fi·er \-ˌfī(-ə)r\ noun
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Examples of UNIFY

  1. The creation of the national railroad system unified the country.
  2. two very different people unified by a common belief

Origin of UNIFY

Late Latin unificare, from Latin uni- + -ficare -fy
First Known Use: 1502
UNIFYING Defined for Kids

unify

verb uni·fy \ˈyü-nə-ˌfī\
uni·fieduni·fy·ing

Definition of UNIFY for Kids

:  to bring or come together into or as if into a single unit or group :  unite <The people were unified by a common belief.>

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