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’
    • ‘A progressive union of Europe requires the political unification of the working class.’
    • ‘There is also a whole set of problems around the question of family unification that people go to advisers about.’
    • ‘Political unification is a process that unites divided political systems into a single body politic.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Can the people of Taiwan have higher earnings after unification or integration?’
    • ‘At the heart of a socialist programme is the international unification of the working class.’
    • ‘Twelve years after German unification, unemployment in the east is still twice as high as in the west.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘The process of unification will therefore have to be very different.’
    • ‘The treaty does not provide for a progressive, democratic unification of the continent.’
    • ‘Pressures for unification generated their own momentum in the early part of 1990.’
    • ‘Instead it was a product of Italian unification achieved largely in 1861.’
    • ‘According to him, this is a part of his idea for unification of the centrist and right-wing parties.’
    • ‘Mike was the right person at the right time to deal with the problems of unification in a merger.’
    • ‘Part of this is national unification of the Arab peoples, which are constituent parts of the Arab nation.’
    • ‘To be healthy is to be whole, and without unification of the mind, body and spirit, a person will fall ill.’
    • ‘But the process towards greater unification had started and would prove unstoppable.’
    • ‘The key question facing Europe after 1989 has been how to manage the process of German unification.’
    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/