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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.
Translations of “uniform”
in Korean 똑같은…
in Arabic مُتَماثِل…
in French uniforme…
in Italian uniforme…
in Chinese (Traditional) 相同的, 一律的, 整齊劃一的…
in Russian одинаковый, однородный…
in Turkish bir örnek, aynı tipte, değişmeyen…
in Polish jednakowy, jednolity…
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…
(Definition of uniform from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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