Definitions for unanimityˌyu nəˈnɪm ɪ ti
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everyone being of one mind
The condition of agreement by all parties, the state of being unanimous.
the quality or state of being unanimous
Unanimity is agreement by all people in a given situation. When unanimous, everybody is of the same mind and acting together as one. Though unlike uniformity, it does not constitute absolute agreement. Many groups consider unanimous decisions a sign of agreement, solidarity, and unity. Unanimity may be assumed explicitly after a unanimous vote or implicitly by a lack of objections.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I don't know we'll have unanimity, but we won't have any more than two opinions, and that's good.
Do we need to have unanimity to proceed on QE or can we have a majority? I think we don't need unanimity.
At the end of the talks there was absolute unanimity that Greece will work intensively and full steam ahead ... in the coming days to solve all remaining issues.
We had absolute unanimity in this song being the touchstone. This was the Vietnam anthem. Every bad band that ever played in an armed forces club had to play this song.
We are in technical preparations to adjust the size, speed and compositions of our measures early 2015, should it become necessary, there is unanimity within the Governing Council on this.
Translations for unanimity
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- unanimitatCatalan, Valencian
- תְמִימוּת דֵעִיםHebrew
- единодушие, единогласиеRussian
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