Uniform meaning

yo͝onə-fôrm
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Uniform means having the same form, manner, style, etc.

An example of uniform is a row of students walking in a straight line.

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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.

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Always the same, as in character or degree; unvarying.

Planks of uniform length.

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Being the same as or consonant with another or others.

Rows of uniform brick houses.

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A distinctive set of clothing intended to identify the members of a specific group.

A police uniform.

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To make (something) uniform.
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To provide or dress with a uniform.
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The official or distinctive clothes or outfit worn by the members of a particular group, as policemen or soldiers, esp. when on duty.
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To clothe or supply with a uniform.
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Phonetic equivalent for the letter U in the ICAO spelling alphabet, informally known as the NATO phonetic alphabet.
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A uniformed police officer (as opposed to a detective).
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To clothe in a uniform.
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The letter U in the ICAO spelling alphabet.
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Consistent in action, intention, effect, etc.

A uniform policy.

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Unvarying; all the same.
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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.

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(mathematics) With speed of convergence not depending on choice of function argument; as in uniform continuity, uniform convergence.
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A distinctive outfit that serves to identify members of a group.
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in uniform
  • Wearing a uniform; esp., wearing the military or law enforcement uniform appropriate to one's organization, rank, etc.
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uniform with
  • Having the same form, appearance, etc. as.
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Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

in uniform
uniform with

Origin of uniform

  • Latin ūnifōrmis ūni- uni- fōrma shape

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Latin una (“one") +"Ž -form

    From Wiktionary