Translation of unilateral in Spanish:


unilateral, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌjunəˈlædərəl//juːnɪˈlat(ə)r(ə)l//ˌjunəˈlætrəl/


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    (decision/measure) unilateral
    (disarmament) unilateral
    (contract/obligation) unilateral
    • Workers on both the admin and examining side of the department were angry about this unilateral decision without consultation.
    • I did not take a unilateral decision, and all these people turned out to be rather good at their jobs.
    • Men were rarely mentioned as making unilateral decisions in these two areas.
    • It seems that unilateral nuclear disarmament is back on the agenda!
    • Whatever the merits of unilateral nuclear disarmament, women were a lot braver a quarter of a century ago.
    • In Russia, some experts think that it is a unilateral disarmament of Russia.
    • Well, that's a unilateral decision as to how the Geneva Conventions are going to be interpreted.
    • Such a unilateral decision can create problems elsewhere and should be resolved soon.
    • Sometimes, the team makes unilateral decisions and then expects the designers to adapt.
    • He weaned the party away from unilateral nuclear disarmament and outright opposition to the EU.
    • The junior doctor who wrote the note had taken a unilateral decision to let the 67-year-old cancer sufferer die.
    • Daniels' order made all of this subject to unilateral decision by state bureaucrats.
    • Our interests are best protected not by unilateral action but by multilateral agreement and a world order governed by rules.
    • Divorce can be by mutual consent or at the initiative of the wife and by the unilateral decision of the husband.
    • I think my answer to this has always been that that's not a unilateral decision.
    • The unilateral defection of some localities altered the incentives of other localities.
    • It's a bit of a unilateral decision on my part, but I'm sure the director will be on my side.
    • There was no unilateral agreement saying that the G8 countries need to change their trade policies.
    • In the present situation, unilateral gestures can also do their vital bit in making the climate conducive for talks.
    • We have to remember that it is the Government's unilateral process that holds up settlements.