English Vocabulary


world unit?

The today's lessons's headline was not translated and I wonder what it means:


"Workers of the world unite"

2 comments

  • Workers from all over the world could struggle together, join their forces to make it with the current lack of jobs, to resist to their exploitation by the capitalists.
    A bit less than a century ago workers of Eastern European countries united in a communist move.
    Half a century ago laborers of different countries saw their unions uniting in The International Trade Union Confederation, the world's largest trade union federation.


    In the headline you mentioned, Gwendo, I think "unite" is an intransitive verb meaning "come together, join, meet with each other".
  • Thank you Sandy A., I obviously was wrong presuming "unite" to be a noun.
    (CW)

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