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Spanish translation of “unit”

unit

noun /ˈjuːnit/
a single thing, individual etc within a group
unidad
The building is divided into twelve different apartments or living units.
an amount or quantity that is used as a standard in a system of measuring or coinage
unidad
The dollar is the standard unit of currency in America.
(mathematics) the smallest whole number, 1, or any number between 1 and 9
unidad
In the number 23, 2 is a ten, and 3 is a unit.
(Definition of unit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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