1(vote/state/declare) unánimemente(elect) por unanimidad
- Domestic players unanimously say that the minimum area to be developed should be reviewed.
- The Board of Governors voted unanimously to allow the administrators to unionize.
- Jim is unanimously voted out in the first episode as opposed to Tom's big win.
- The residents very pleased that the council voted unanimously in favour of the variation.
- We may have some problems but they must be tackled unanimously as one nation.