The unanimous adjective comes from the Latin word unanimus, which means “a spirit.” So if people think unanimously, they all have the same idea in mind. A vote is unanimous, if all voters agree. Marcus Cicero said: “Great is power, great is the authority of a Senate that is unanimous in its opinions.” informally agree or able to work formally in accordance with what has been said or approved If a group or decision is unanimous, it means that everything is in total agreement. Imagine letting the students of the second grade vote on what to serve at lunch: pizzas and sweets would be the unanimous choice! in accordance with a fact, a rule or principle that are all at the same time or are not opposed, in a way that shows full consent to the formal acceptance or consent of something, although you do not think the same way or that you do not have the same opinion as someone else, if people or things are at the same pace , they accept or move at the same rate which shows that someone likes or approves someone when an idea comes up with an idea. Echo in a group or country, people feel agreed there or the same way done by two or more people, when people are agreed, they all agree on what to do when people are together, get together, etc., they work together and not against each other when people are united, they have the same goals or beliefs.