(USED WITH OBJECT) [UN·ION·IZED, UN·ION·IZ·ING.]
(USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [UN·ION·IZED, UN·ION·IZ·ING.]
5 Structure and politics; 6 Shop types; 7 Diversity of international unions; 8
International unionization; 9 Criticisms; 10 Union publications; 11 Film; 12 See
simple past tense and past participle of unionize. Adjective. unionized (
comparative more unionized, superlative most unionized). Organized into a
v. un·ion·ized, un·ion·iz·ing, un·ion·iz·es. v.tr. 1. To organize into a labor union. 2.
To cause to join a labor union. v.intr. To organize or join a labor union.
Supermarket and Grocery Store Chains in the U.S. Retail Industry More »
Define unionized: characterized by the presence of labor unions—usage,
Synonyms for unionized at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms,
and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.
Definition of unionization: The process of organizing the employees of a
company into a labor union which will act as an intermediary between the
Un-unionized definition, to separate or change into ions. See more.
Mr. Edwards showed him a contract for unionized Kroger workers in Palestine,
where cutters made almost $5 more an hour than Mr. Miller and had a retirement