Traducción de unite en español:


unir, v.

Pronunciación /juˈnaɪt/ /juːˈnʌɪt/

Ver definición en español de unir

verbo transitivo

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    that is what unites us with our European allies esto es lo que nos une a nuestros aliados europeos
    • The actress added how mutual cooperation made them unite into one whole being and stop thinking about who is a better partner.
    • What Newton did to simplify the planetary motions must now be done to unite in one whole the various isolated theories of mathematical physics.
    • His father, Vincenzio Galilei, was a musician whose originality and polemic talents fomented a revolution uniting practice and theory in music much as Galileo was to unite them in science.
    • As such, it is the critical aspect of making art, the linchpin that unites theory with practice and conjoins the intellect and the hand.
    • Each facet is like a puzzle piece - gather them together, unite them and the whole picture begins to emerge.
    • In them the cycle of birth, life and death is united into a whole.
    • The Gorgonzola united the whole dish without making it too overpoweringly ‘blue’.
    • After all, it's the only federation in the world that unites a whole continent.
    • There is nothing to suggest that in the spring of 1860 Cavour envisaged uniting the whole peninsula of Italy.
    • Well, by adding this essay, the problem and the answer are united in a comprehensive whole.
    • Hence he now tries to show how united the whole Torah is and attempts to relate it to life.
    • Kublai Khan united the whole of China in 1279 and the Yuan dynasty came to power.
    • Many theoreticians and practitioners adopt the biopsychosocial perspective, as it unites methods and theory more clearly than the concept of ‘eclectic’.
    • The Nobel laureate Richard Feynman once made a tentative suggestion that a theory uniting quantum mechanics and relativity might lead to an objective state reduction, and others have taken up and built on this idea.
    • Another theory, supersymmetry, unites the building blocks - the quarks and the leptons - with the force carriers.
    • The new creature is the fruit of a spiritual marriage uniting the activity of the artist to the passivity of a given matter.
    • He unites them in marriage in a mass ceremony in a stadium.
    • For some, bourgeois marriage, by uniting procreation, sexuality, love, and a legal contract, functions as a moral legitimation of the political and social subordination of women.
    • With the marriage both kingdoms were united, but there were some who disliked the marriage.
    • Clearly, reading, as well as revolution, is the intertextual glue that unites these three novels.
    • News of her pregnancy unites them again after the marriage seemed to be over, but a later tragedy shatters his confidence, and his world begins to unravel.
    • The whole community unites in extending congratulations to this very popular couple.
    • Three hugely significant events were being commemorated and the whole community united in many ways to celebrate them.
    • It is absolutely wonderful, like the rebirth of the church, and the whole community united for a champagne celebration at Christmas.
    • The whole community united in support and some awe of the young Frenchman.
    • Holding such an historic event here would be seen as a gesture to unite the whole country, one which would bring the monarchy back to the people - all the people.
    • I could never understand why religions tended to divide rather than unite and here was an orientation to religion that was uniting the whole world.
    • The free event is aimed at uniting communities and to re-build confidence and hope in the city's future.
    • I think it also showed New Yorkers that the whole United States united behind New York.
    • In recent centuries the world has become a globalized whole, united by the capitalist economic system.
    • We are determined and our whole nation is united very strongly against terrorism.
    • The whole world must unite to fight terror, no doubt about it, in all forms.
    • The question is, how are they to unite the whole people around a programme of land reform instituted only in Caroni?
    • I also aim to unite people together in trying to secure a living allowance for all students.
    • In fact, unless I miss my guess, five of the seven are united in whole or part by a single topic: tort reform.
    • It also split rather than united the whole population, making the families withdraw into their ethnic groups.
    • By the time order was restored, it was clear that the whole family were united in boredom.
    • The whole of the conference united against the government's plan for foundation hospitals.
    • These, they saw, provided the basis for setting up organisations that would unite the whole working class, first of all in Turin, and than across Italy.
    • The president said at the opening of the conference that whatever policy was passed, the whole union should unite around it.

verbo intransitivo

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    the waters of the two rivers unite las aguas de los dos ríos confluyen
    • workers of the world, unite trabajadores del mundo entero, uníos
    • they united in condemning the attack expresaron conjuntamente su repulsa del ataque