Unitary vs Unitarily - What's the difference?

unitary | unitarily |


As an adjective unitary

is having the quality of oneness.

As a noun unitary

is (uk) a unitary council.

As an adverb unitarily is

in a unitary way.

unitary

English

Adjective

(head)
  • Having the quality of oneness.
  • (government) Relating to a system of government in which sovereign power is concentrated in a single body instead of being shared or possessed by more local bodies.
  • Ex.
  • (mathematics) Pertaining to a unit.
  • Ex.

    Antonyms

    * (government) federalist

    Derived terms

    * unitariness * unitarity

    Noun

    (unitaries)
  • (UK) A unitary council
  • (mathematics) A unitary operator
  • unitarily

    English

    Adverb

    (-)
  • In a unitary way.