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united

adjective uk   /jʊˈnaɪ.tɪd/ /juː-/ us    /-t̬ɪd/
B2 joined together as a group: Factions previously at war with one another are now united against the common enemy. The whole village was united in their grief. It was the first film festival to take place in a united Germany.
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B2 If people are united, they all agree about something: On that issue, we're united. a united front an appearance of agreement: The party's main failing has been their inability to present a united front to the people.
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