unilaterally

[ UK /jˌuːnɪlˈætəɹə‍li/ ]
[ US /ˌjunəˈɫætɝəɫi, ˌjunəˈɫætɹəɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a unilateral manner; by means of one part or party
    they worked out an agreement unilaterally
    they worked out an agreement unilaterally
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How To Use unilaterally In A Sentence

  • Such balance isn't something you can just decide unilaterally to have; each of you has to establish your side of the equation, ungrudgingly, on faith, at a pace that feels right. Carolyn Hax: Divorced dad is torn over move to be with girlfriend
  • n international custom,a nation that unilaterally breaks contracts must make good the damage.
  • The light source was a microscope halogen lamp, which unilaterally illuminated the protruding stump, via a light guide at a site 2-4 cm from the lower cut end.
  • Yes, the point of the Cold War was that Russia (USSR) was not a country fanatical and mad enough to risk annhiliation by starting a nuclear war (MAD, indeed, deterred it; had western European countries such as Britain ever been mad enough to unilaterally disarm (as many wanted) the tanks would surely have rolled in ...) On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • This kind of value, which pursues merchandise unilaterally, caused problems such as the pollution of the environment, the ecosystem depravation and the shortage of resources inevitably.
  • In 628, the Prophet Muhammad agreed to a year-long hudna, hudnat Hudeibiya, which he used to reorganize his forces and then, unilaterally, to break the truce and utterly destroy his erstwhile partners in nonbelligerency. 'Israel: The Threat from Within': An Exchange
  • The big question is, therefore, whether Israel will be prepared to wait for that glacial change that Solana is pleading for or will it decide to create settled borders unilaterally. Yes, I mean no
  • In international custom, a nation that unilaterally breaks contracts must make good the damage.
  • There was very little that they didn't all disagree on, but once Simon had unilaterally signed them up for the next BOTB, they had to decide what their set should comprise, and a stushie ensued that made what had passed already seem like a lost golden age of harmony and accord. A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away
  • You may be entirely right about the optics or the PR aspect of this, that it looks bad for the administration to do this unilaterally without consulting Congress.
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