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unite

US [juˈnaɪt]
UK [juːˈnaɪt]
  • v.联合;团结;统一
  • n.由奈特
  • Web结合;合并;联合工会
Simple Present:unites  Present Participle:uniting  Past Tense:united  
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v.
1.
[i]
(为某事)联合,联手,团结to join together with other people in order to do sth as a group
Local resident groups have united in opposition to the plan.
当地居民团体已联合起来反对这项计划。
We will unite in fighting crime.
我们将联手打击犯罪。
Will they unite behind the new leader?
他们会联手支持新领导人吗?
Nationalist parties united to oppose the government's plans.
民族主义党派联合反对政府的计划。
2.
[t][i]
(与某人或集体)联结,联合;统一to make people or things join together to form a unit; to join together
A special bond unites our two countries.
一种特殊的纽带把我们两国联结起来。
His aim was to unite Italy.
他的目标是统一意大利。
The two countries united in 1887.
两国于 1887 年合并。
She unites keen business skills with a charming personality.
她兼具敏锐的商业技能和个人魅力。

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