unite into (someone or something)

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unite into (someone or something)

1. To join or combine (with someone or something) to form some larger or more powerful group or thing. The peasants united into a rebellion that overthrew the aristocracy. The smallest observable components of the universe—the proton, neutron, and electron—unite into an atom, the building block of matter.
2. To join, combine, or cause to combine multiple people or things to form some larger or more powerful group or thing. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "unite" and "into." The king's plan was to conquer the surrounding regions and unite the lands into a new empire. The merger unites two of the largest companies in the world into a behemoth with control over 75% of all global media.
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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.
See also: unite