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Translation of "uniform" - English-Spanish dictionary

uniform

noun   /ˈjuː·nɪ·fɔːm/
A2 a special set of clothes that are worn by people who do a particular job or by the students at some schools uniforme a school uniform a nurse’s uniform
adjective   /ˈjuː·nɪ·fɔːm/
being the same size, shape, amount, etc. uniforme a row of houses of uniform height
uniformly adverb /ˈjuː·nɪ·fɔːm·li/
uniformemente
(Definition of uniform from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

uniform

adjective /ˈjuːnifoːm/
the same always or everywhere; not changing or varying uniforme The sky was a uniform grey.
uniformed adjective
(eg of police) wearing a uniform, not plain clothes uniformado a uniformed policeman.
uniformity noun
the condition of being uniform uniformidad The houses in the street had no uniformity of appearance.
uniformly adverb
in a uniform way uniformemente The essays were uniformly dull.
uniform motion noun
(physics) movement with a constant and stable velocity in a straight direction uniforme During a fixed period of time, an object in uniform motion will always cover the same distance, no matter when the period begins.
(Definition of uniform from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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