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verb unify pronunciation in American English /ˈjunɪˌfaɪ/
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present tense
I/you/we/theyunify
he/she/itunifies
present participleunifying
past tenseunified
past participleunified
  1. 1
    [transitive] to unite people or countries so that they will work together
    They’re trying to find a candidate who will unify all factions.
    1. a.
      [intransitive] to become united
      If the party unifies, the bill might become law.
  2. 2
    [transitive] to make things work well together
    The theory unifies two fundamental forces.

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