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unanimous (German)

Part of speech: adjective

positive unanimously, Comparative , Superlative
coherent | coherent, No increase
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈAɪ̯nˌʃtɪmɪç]
Word meaning / definition:
1) with full approval, without dissenting votes
2) Music: consisting of only one voice
1) unanimous, unanimous, unanimous
2) monophonic / monophonic, unison
Opposite words:
2) two-part, polyphonic, polyphonic
Application examples:
1) “Last Thursday, the NSA committee of inquiry of the Bundestag unanimously the questioning of Snowden decided. "
2) “This exceptional ensemble impresses with the interpretation of both unanimously and above all polyphonic liturgical chants of the Orthodox Church, as well as Russian and Belarusian music literature. "
Word formations:


  • Danish: restrained; 2) unison
  • English: 1) unanimous (adverbial:unanimously)
  • Finnish: 1) yksimielinen
  • French: 1) unanime (adverbial: unanimement)
  • Italian: 1) unanime
  • Catalan: 1) unànime
  • Polish: 1) jednogłośny (adverbial: jednogłośnie), jednomyślny (adverbial: jednomyślnie); adverbial:przez aklamację; 2) jednogłosowy (adverbial: jednogłosowo, well every głos)
  • Swedish: 1) seed stem, not due; descended; 2) unison
  • Spanish: 1) unánime

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Bring local councils unanimously a tree protection ordinance on the way.
sueddeutsche.de, October 24, 2018

The Council of States has over 300 delegates unanimously nominated.
Bernerzeitung.ch, October 20, 2018

Draft for road rehabilitation was unanimously declined.
Kölnische Rundschau, May 11, 2019

Construction right contract was in the municipal council unanimously decided.
Kleine Zeitung, May 22, 2019

The DFB's selection committee suggested him unanimously as a candidate.
stern.de, August 15, 2019

Advisory board has the waste management concept unanimously adopted.
Kölnische Rundschau, November 15, 2019

The Neunkircher city council has unanimously the development plan decided.
Saarbrücker Zeitung, May 26, 2020

The free voters have unanimously adopted their district list.
Mercury, December 09, 2019

A corresponding application by the FPÖ was submitted to the district council unanimously accepted.
kurier.at, September 18, 2020

The jury approved the life imprisonment street unanimously to. The judgment is not final.
DiePresse.com, October 09, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.

Grammar / Declinations

Inflection unanimously - The declension of the adjective unanimously

definite article
Masculinethe unanimousof the unanimousthe unanimousthe unanimous
Femininethe unanimousthe unanimousthe unanimousthe unanimous
neuterthe unanimousof the unanimousthe unanimousthe unanimous
Pluralthe unanimousthe unanimousthe unanimousthe unanimous
indefinite article
Masculinea unanimousa unanimousa unanimousa unanimous
Femininea unanimousa unanimousa unanimousa unanimous
neutera unanimousa unanimousa unanimousa unanimous
without article

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • unanimously: go. without dissenting votes
  • unanimously: go. agree with regard to opinion, completely the same
  • compliant: agree, agree
  • congruent: matching, equal; Geometry: congruent
  • concordant: in agreement with itself; Geology: storage of rock layers without faults or faults
  • unison: conforming, in line; (mus.) musical term for unanimous
  • consistent
  • brotherly: transferred in the manner of brothers, related to the brother: amicably, kinship, in the manner of like-minded people
  • unanimously: go. without dissenting votes
  • Some: one, same, same opinion, unanimous, consensual; united, together, united, reunited; something, a little, a little
  • unanimously: go. agree with regard to opinion, completely the same
  • amicably
  • consensual: with the consent of all parties concerned
  • agreed
  • peaceful: without violence and war; in peace; having a nonviolent outlook on life; upscale: contemplative, being quiet
  • closed: in the sense of the past participle of to close: not open; transmitted: overall, as a whole in agreement, unanimously; overall, consolidated as a whole, rounded
  • like-minded
  • harmonious: in terms of tones, colors, smells, taste: go well with each other; friendly and peaceful with one another; without disagreement or argument
  • in line
  • in unison
  • all together
  • all as they are there
  • all as they were there
  • all of them: Colloquially: all together, all together, without exception
  • without exception: without any exception
  • through the bank
  • continuously: without exception, to the last consequence
  • consistently: without exception
  • throughout (southern German, Austrian): without exception
  • As a general rule: generally binding, always valid for all or almost all cases
  • total: only attributive: all related things and / or persons taken together; whole, complete, united
  • one hundred percent: to one hundred percent; with absolute certainty, completely reliable / safe
  • in bulk and bow (coll.): in its entirety, completely
  • in it's entirety
  • in every direction
  • completely: related to a whole: complete; embracing the whole; related to a totality of equally countable things: complete; adverbial use: completely
  • without exception
  • flat-rate: alltogether; overall, undifferentiated
  • practically all
  • completely: leaving no residue; without rest
  • all of them: without exception, all / everything
  • Completely: Adjective: having all the parts necessary for its determination
  • complete

Another word (synonym) for unanimous - source: OpenThesaurus

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Entries from our dictionary that contain "unanimous":

approve: ... want (Büchner Prize winner). 2) The main board and collective bargaining board of the GDL unanimously approved the agreement. 2) The two chambers of the French Parliament have the ...

Matron: Maria Creszentia Höss, beatified in 1900, was unanimously elected matron in 1741 and headed the community until her death in 1744

Reichsdeputationshauptschluss: The Reichsdeputationshauptschluss was unanimously ratified by the Reichstag in March 1803; the emperor agreed with this vote in April - albeit with reservations

Remedy: In their unanimous decision, the judges clearly reprimanded errors in the financial equalization system of the Federal Republic, even though the court had already warned Remedur earlier

: 異 口 同音, 異 口 同音 に (unanimous) 嬰-(-is (♯)) 画 画 音 Fil (film music) 音 の geschwindigkeit (speed of sound) を 立 立 て る (sounding) 音域 (vocal range) 音韻 (sound, phoneme) (→ 音韻 学 (phonetics , Phonology)) 音階 (scale) 音 楽 (music / mus

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