Understand is to know
the meaning of something and to become aware of things through the senses.
Understand is to accurately see, hear, smell and feel something so that
you know what it means and also know what actions need to be taken.
Understand is to think about something very carefully in order to know
what it means and then know what to do.
Unite is to act in concert with other people and work together with
a common purpose or action in a shared situation. To become one and linked
United is when two or more
people join together to combine their efforts for a common purpose or
Unity is the quality
of being united into one and joined as a whole in completeness or
totality, and being undivided or unbroken.
Unit is an assemblage of parts that are regarded as a single entity
or an individual component of a larger or more complex whole. a device
that has a specified function, especially one forming part of a complex
mechanism. A single undivided natural thing occurring in the composition
of something else. An individual or group or structure or other entity
regarded as a structural or functional constituent of a whole. Any
division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or exchange.
Unequal is when things
are not equal in quantity, size, or value.
Unjust is something that is not morally
right and fair.
Usage is the act of
using something in a customary or accepted manner.
Use is to put something into service for a
particular purpose. In economics use means the utilization of economic
goods to satisfy needs or in manufacturing. In law use means the exercise
of the legal right to enjoy the benefits of owning property. (we were
given the use of this land).
Useful is something that
need or a service.
Utility is something that has practical use or
is something occurring, experienced or observed frequently or regularly
and is common.
something or someone who is not common, or ordinary or widely known. A
single one of its kind. Something rare and valuable and having special
distinction or quality. Capable of being classified.
Uphold is to maintain, preserve, defend and
continue a law or course of action because it's the right thing to do
based on current facts and information.
Undecided is when you don't have enough
information that is needed to make an accurate decision or choice, and you
need more time to learn more.
Upright is in a vertical position that is
standing straight up and not leaning or tilted.
Upward is going up from a lower position to
a higher position and being in a higher place or elevation that is above
the previous position.
Up is to move
something spatially or metaphorically from a lower position to a higher
position, sometimes to be more visible. position. Up can also mean to move
something to a higher level of intensity, volume, or activity, or to a
higher price, value, or rank.
is to be in contact with something or on top of something. Upon can also
mean being up to particular standard or level especially in being up to
date in knowledge.
Under is to be
lower or down below something and located beneath something else.
Unhappy is being
sad, dissatisfied, displeased, discontented or disappointed.
Upset is being unhappy, disappointed or
Unknown is something or
someone not known or familiar.
is to open something using a key
is to unfasten, untie or loosen something. Undo can also mean to cancel or
reverse an effect or result of a previous action or measure.
Unpack is to open and remove the contents
of a suitcase, bag or package.
is to unfasten the zipper of an item of clothing. Unzip in computing means
to decompress a file that has previously been compressed.
Urgency is when something importance
requires you to act fast with swift action.
Unwind is to reverse the winding or
twisting of something or separate the tangles of something. Unwind can
also mean to rest and feel relaxed.
is a motive or encouragement or desire that causes you to move. To be
persuaded to do something.
something after or before the time Up to a time that " It will not happen
until later" "sleep until it gets light"
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