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English definition of “unanimous”

unanimous

adjective [not gradable]  /jʊˈnæn·ə·məs/ us  
in complete agreement or showing complete agreement: The school board was unanimous in its support of the decision. The jury reached a unanimous verdict.
unanimously
adverb [not gradable]  /jʊˈnæn·ə·məs·li/ us  
Sportswriters unanimously picked him for the award.
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