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unite against someone or something
to join against someone or something. We will unite against the opposing forces. We must unite against the incumbent legislators.
unite for something
to join together for some purpose. All the forces united for the attack. We will unite for a great party.
unite in something
to come together in something. Let us unite in our efforts. We will unite in song.
unite someone against someone or something
to cause people to join together against someone or something. The mayor united his staff against the federal investigators. Ted united us against John. They united themselves against the enemy.
unite someone in something
to join two or more people in something, usually marriage. The preacher united the couple in matrimony. A judge united them in marriage.
unite someone or something into something
to form something by merging people together; to form something by merging things together. Let us unite the party into a powerful political force. We will unite ourselves into a powerful force.
unite someone or something (together)
to join people or groups of people together. They united all the workers together for the strike. The event united together the people who cared about the quality of life.
unite someone or something with someone or something
to join people or things, in any combination. We united Tom with his brother Arnold during the evening. We united our committee with the president in an effort to expand our influence.
unite with someone
to join with someone; to go or come together with someone. I was pleased to unite with my family for the holidays. The brothers united with their sister after many years of separation.
To have or demonstrate something in combination with something else: The new government initiative unites common sense with vision.