Definition of unification in English:

unification

noun

  • [mass noun] The process of being united or made into a whole.

    ‘the costs of German unification’
    ‘there were conversations about unification between the Church of England and the Methodist Church’
    • ‘The key question facing Europe after 1989 has been how to manage the process of German unification.’
    • ‘The political unification of England within its present borders took place very early.’
    • ‘Multilingualism was seen as a threat to the integrity of the state, and a common language critical for unification.’
    • ‘Part of this is national unification of the Arab peoples, which are constituent parts of the Arab nation.’
    • ‘Political unification is a process that unites divided political systems into a single body politic.’
    • ‘Pressures for unification generated their own momentum in the early part of 1990.’
    • ‘There is also a whole set of problems around the question of family unification that people go to advisers about.’
    • ‘According to him, this is a part of his idea for unification of the centrist and right-wing parties.’
    • ‘The process of unification will therefore have to be very different.’
    • ‘At the heart of a socialist programme is the international unification of the working class.’
    • ‘But the process towards greater unification had started and would prove unstoppable.’
    • ‘Mike was the right person at the right time to deal with the problems of unification in a merger.’
    • ‘Can the people of Taiwan have higher earnings after unification or integration?’
    • ‘Such a state would only be a further barrier to the international unification of the working class.’
    • ‘The achievement of horizontal integration depends on essential unification of primary function areas.’
    • ‘Instead it was a product of Italian unification achieved largely in 1861.’
    • ‘To be healthy is to be whole, and without unification of the mind, body and spirit, a person will fall ill.’
    • ‘Twelve years after German unification, unemployment in the east is still twice as high as in the west.’
    • ‘A progressive union of Europe requires the political unification of the working class.’
    • ‘The treaty does not provide for a progressive, democratic unification of the continent.’
    union, merger, fusion, fusing, amalgamation, integration, coalition, junction, combination, consolidation, confederation, federation
    synthesis, joining, marrying, marriage
    enosis
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Pronunciation:

unification

/ˌjuːnɪfɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/