Updated English - Vietnamese Dictionary
juː'nænɪməsAdvanced English Dictionary
+in complete agreement
+acting together as a single undiversified whole
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
1 if a decision or an opinion is unanimous, it is agreed or shared by everyone in a group: a unanimous vote + unanimous condemnation / support + The decision was not unanimous. + Unanimous agreement must be reached for this plan to go ahead. + The jury reached a unanimous verdict of 'not guilty'. + She was the unanimous choice of the selection committee.
2 ~ (in sth) if a group of people are unanimous, they all agree about sth: Local people are unanimous in their opposition to the proposed new road. + The committee were unanimous in rejecting the proposal.
unanimously adverb: The motion was passed unanimously. + The resolution was unanimously rejected.
almost, nearly, virtually
Doctors are unanimous about the dangers of this drug.
They were unanimous in this decision.
The experts are not unanimous on this point.
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