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United can refer to:

Countries

United is used in a countries name, when any number of states or regions are combined to make a united Country. Countries with united in their name include:

Communities

Travel

  • United (Bus), a Bus and coach service that operated in the UK, until the 1990s when they merged with the Arriva Group.

Sports

"United" forms part of many association football teams names, usually, and originally in England, when two or more clubs merged and became united. The first club to use the term is believed to be Hanover United, formed in 1873[1]. Below is a list of professional clubs in order of when the name was first used, with the year it first came into use next to it;

Outside of English football, some other professional clubs in countries around the world have used United in their name while playing the same sport, this includes;

The term has also been used by rugby union clubs:

Television

Politics

Music

Other

References

  1. ^ Collett, Mike (2003). The Complete Record of the FA Cup. p. 325. ISBN 1899807-19-5. 


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English

Pronunciation

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  • Hyphenation: u‧nit‧ed

Verb

united

  1. Simple past tense and past participle of unite.

Adjective

united (not comparable)

Positive
united

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. Joined into a single entity.
  2. Involving the joint activity of multiple agents.

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