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English definition of “unified”

unified

adjective
 
 
/ˈjuːnɪfaɪd/
involving several people, organizations, or countries that all work together: China and Russia have agreed to create a 'unified energy market' in Central Asia. a unified approach/strategy/policya unified vision/voice No business can survive without a unified vision in terms of goals and strategic direction.
a unified system, process, etc. has the same rules or laws for all the people, organizations, or countries that are affected by it: A spokeswoman for the Financial Ombudsman has called for the FSA to oversee the travel insurance market, and to make efforts to apply 'a coherent and unified system of statutory regulation'. unified business rates
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