unionar

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Borrowing from English union, French union, German Union, Italian unione, Russian у́ния(únija), Spanish unión, ultimately from Late Latin ūniōnem, accusative singular of ūniō.

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unionar (present tense unionas, past tense unionis, future tense unionos, imperative unionez, conditional unionus)

  1. (transitive) to unite, join together in purpose
    La nova guvernerio probos unionar la diversa partiseti.
    The new government will try to unite the various factions.

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