A soccer team in their uniforms.
- Uniform means having the same form, manner, style, etc.
An example of uniform is a row of students walking in a straight line.
- The definition of a uniform is a certain outfit that members of a group must wear.
An example of uniform is what Catholic school students must wear.
- Uniform is defined as to provide with an outfit that all members of the group must wear.
An example of uniform is to provide army officials with the clothes they must wear.
- always the same; not varying or changing in form, rate, degree, manner, etc.; constant: a uniform speed
- identical throughout a state, country, etc.: a uniform minimum wage
- having the same form, appearance, manner, etc. as others of the same class; conforming to a given standard: a row of uniform houses
- being or looking the same in all parts; undiversified: a uniform surface
- consistent in action, intention, effect, etc.: a uniform policy
Origin of uniformMiddle French uniforme ; from Classical Latin uniformis ; from unus, one + -formis, -form
- Always the same, as in character or degree; unvarying: planks of uniform length.
- Being the same as or consonant with another or others: rows of uniform brick houses.
transitive verbu·ni·formed, u·ni·form·ing, u·ni·forms
- To make (something) uniform.
- To provide or dress with a uniform.
Origin of uniformLatin ūnifōrmis : ūni-, uni- + fōrma, shape.
- u′ni·for′mi·ty, u′ni·form′ness
(comparative more uniform, superlative most uniform)
(third-person singular simple present uniforms, present participle uniforming, simple past and past participle uniformed)
- To clothe in a uniform.
- The letter U in the ICAO spelling alphabet.