unificar
unificar
transitive verb
1. (to merge) 
a. to unite 
Si unificamos nuestras ideas conseguiremos trazar un buen plan.If we unite our ideas we'll be able to draw up a good plan.
b. to join 
Los ciudadanos decidieron unificar sus fuerzas para luchar contra los invasores.The citizens decided to join forces to fight the invaders.
c. to unify 
Buda y Pest se unificaron hace más de 140 años.Buda and Pest unified more than 140 years ago.
2. (to regulate) 
a. to standardize (United States) 
Los consumidores exigen que se unifiquen las tallas de la ropa independientemente del fabricante.Consumers demand that clothing sizes be standardized regardless of the manufacturer.
b. to standardise (United Kingdom) 
Las cadenas de restaurantes unifican sus precios para que los platos cuesten lo mismo en todos los países.Chain restaurants standardise their prices so that each dish costs the same in every country.
unificar
transitive verb
1. (unir) 
a. to unite, to join 
2. (países) 
a. to unify 
3. (uniformar) 
a. to standardize 
unificar
transitive verb
1 (unir) to unite; unify
2 (hacer uniforme) to standardize
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