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unilateral

adjective [not gradable]  /ˌjun·əlˈæt̬·ər·əl/ us  
done independently by one group or country: a unilateral action
unilaterally
adverb  /ˌjun·əlˈæt̬·ər·ə·li/ us  
The law is part of a disturbing trend to act unilaterally without regard to the legitimate interests of others.
Translations of “unilateral”
in Spanish unilateral…
in Chinese (Traditional) 單邊的, 單方的…
in Russian односторонний…
in Turkish tek yanlı, tek taraflı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 单边的, 单方的…
in Polish jednostronny…
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