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uniform

adjective
 
 
/ˈjuːnɪfɔːm/
not changing or different in any way: Making the rules more uniform should reduce the number of cases taken before district law courts. A proposed new framework has been widely praised for providing a uniform approach to the problem of waste disposal. Trying to impose a uniform system in all the countries affected has proved very problematic. uniform policies/procedures/standards
uniformly adverb
Translations of “uniform”
in Korean 똑같은…
in Arabic مُتَماثِل…
in French uniforme…
in Turkish bir örnek, aynı tipte, değişmeyen…
in Italian uniforme…
in Chinese (Traditional) 相同的, 一律的, 整齊劃一的…
in Russian одинаковый, однородный…
in Polish jednakowy, jednolity…
in Spanish uniforme…
in Portuguese uniforme…
in German einheitlich…
in Catalan uniforme…
in Japanese 同じ, そろいの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 相同的, 一律的, 整齐划一的…
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