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Spanish translation of “unilateral”

unilateral

adjective /ˌjuːniˈlætərəl/
(of an action or decision) done by one member of a group without the agreement of the others
unilateral
a unilateral decision unilateral disarmament.
unilateralism /juːniˈlætərəˌlizəm/ noun
uniteralidad
the unilateralism of the U.S. human rights policy.
unilaterally /juːniˈlætərəli/ adverb
uniteralmente
The board unilaterally decided to impose a salary freeze on all its employees.
(Definition of unilateral from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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