unified Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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uk   us   /ˈjuːnɪfaɪd/
involving several ​people, ​organizations, or countries that all ​work together: China and Russia have ​agreed to ​create a 'unified ​energymarket' in Central Asia. a unified ​approach/​strategy/​policya unified vision/voice No ​business can ​survive without a unified ​vision in ​terms of ​goals and ​strategic direction.
a unified ​system, ​process, etc. has the same ​rules or ​laws for all the ​people, ​organizations, or countries that are affected by it: A ​spokeswoman for the Financial Ombudsman has called for the FSA to ​oversee the ​travelinsurancemarket, and to make ​efforts to ​apply 'a coherent and unified ​system of ​statutoryregulation'. unified ​businessrates
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