توحد, جمع, تضافر, وحد, ربط, تعاون, التحم, تألف, لصق, التأم
Verb(1) act in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief(2) become one(3) have or possess in combination(4) be or become joined or united or linked(5) bring together for a common purpose or action or ideology or in a shared situation(6) join or combine
(1) he aimed to unite Italy and Sicily under his imperial crown(2) Each facet is like a puzzle piece - gather them together, unite them and the whole picture begins to emerge.(3) What Newton did to simplify the planetary motions must now be done to unite in one whole the various isolated theories of mathematical physics.(4) he called on the party to unite(5) 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.(6) 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.(7) The whole world must unite to fight terror, no doubt about it, in all forms.(8) The question is, how are they to unite the whole people around a programme of land reform instituted only in Caroni?(9) tragedies can unite or divide people(10) The president said at the opening of the conference that whatever policy was passed, the whole union should unite around it.(11) nationalists want to unite Ireland(12) I also aim to unite people together in trying to secure a living allowance for all students.(13) The actress added how mutual cooperation made them unite into one whole being and stop thinking about who is a better partner.(14) Another theory, supersymmetry, unites the building blocks - the quarks and the leptons - with the force carriers.(15) As such, it is the critical aspect of making art, the linchpin that unites theory with practice and conjoins the intellect and the hand.(16) 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.
(1) unite :: توحد
1. unify ::
2. join together ::
3. combine ::
4. merge ::
1. part ::
2. section ::
3. separate ::
4. sever ::
5. split ::
6. sunder ::
unite, united, unites
Word Example from TV Shows
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You'd UNITE every house
in the North against us.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 2
He shall UNITE the people
into a single khalasar.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 6
Do you know what it takes
to UNITE 90 clans,
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 2
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