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Unionize vs. Unify

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Unionizeverb

(ambitransitive) To organize workers into a union.

‘The company laid off all the workers when they tried to unionize.’; ‘My uncle got roughed up by some corporate thugs after they caught him trying to unionize their workers.’; ‘She attended a teach-in to learn how to unionize her workplace.’;

Unifyverb

(transitive) Cause to become one; make into a unit; consolidate; merge; combine.

Unionizeverb

recruit for a union or organize into a union;

‘We don't allow people to come into our plant and try to unionize the workers’;

Unifyverb

(intransitive) Become one.

Unionizeverb

form or join a union;

‘The autoworkers decided to unionize’;

Unifyverb

To cause to be one; to make into a unit; to unite; to view as one.

‘A comprehensive or unifying act of the judging faculty.’; ‘Perception is thus a unifying act.’;

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Unifyverb

become one;

‘Germany unified officially in 1990’; ‘Will the two Koreas unify?’;

Unifyverb

to bring or combine together or with something else;

‘resourcefully he mingled music and dance’;

Unifyverb

act in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief

Unifyverb

join or combine;

‘We merged our resources’;

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