unilateral

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See also: unilatéral

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Etymology[edit]

A modern creation (c. 1802), from New Latin unilateralis (one-sidely, one-sided), from unus (one) + lateralis (sided, lateral).

Adjective[edit]

unilateral (comparative more unilateral, superlative most unilateral)

  1. done by one side only
  2. affecting only one side of the body
  3. binding or affecting one party only

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Romanian[edit]

Adjective[edit]

unilateral

  1. unilateral
  2. Binding or affecting one party only.

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Portuguese[edit]

Adjective[edit]

unilateral m, f (plural unilaterais; comparable)

  1. unilateral

Spanish[edit]

Adjective[edit]

unilateral m, f (plural unilaterales)

  1. unilateral