Word: UNIT

The word UNIT has appeared in at least 881 clues on different crosswords.

UNIT definition(s):

• In an adjunction, a natural transformation from the identity functor of the domain of the left adjoint functor to the composition of the right adjoint functor with the left adjoint functor.

• (US, military) Any military element whose structure is prescribed by competent authority, such as a table of organization and equipment; specifically, part of an organization.

• Having a size or magnitude of one.

• a single undivided natural thing occurring in the composition of something else; "units of nucleic acids"

• (military) A self-contained military organization; usually a battalion, regiment, or naval ship.

• member of a larger military group

• An organization title of a subdivision of a group in a task force<ref name="JP102"/>.

Short for international unit.

• (military, informal) A member of a military organization.

• An element having an inverse, an invertible element.

• a measure of housing equivalent to the living quarters of one household, an apartment where a group of apartments is contained in one or more multi-storied buildings or a group of dwellings is in one or more single storey buildings, usually arranged around a driveway.

• (US, military) A standard or basic quantity into which an item of supply is divided, issued, or used. In this meaning, also called unit of issue.

• (US, military) With regard to Reserve Components of the Armed Forces, denotes a Selected Reserve unit organized, equipped, and trained for mobilization to serve on active duty as a unit or to augment or be augmented by another unit. Headquarters and support functions without wartime missions are not considered units.

• A standard measure of a quantity.

• an organization regarded as part of a larger social group; "the coach said the offensive unit did a good job"; "after the battle the soldier had trouble rejoining his unit"

• standard measure of a quantity

• A volume of rock or ice of identifiable origin and age range that is defined by the distinctive and dominant, easily mapped and recognizable petrographic, lithologic or paleontologic features (facies) that characterize it.

• An item which may be sold singly.

• A gold coin of the reign of James I, worth twenty shillings.

• One kilowatt-hour (as recorded on an electricity meter).

• (algebra) An element of a ring having a multiplicative inverse. (Formerly just the identity element 1 <sub>R</sub> of a ring.)

• algebraic unit

• A member of a military organization.

• an individual or group or structure or other entity regarded as a structural or functional constituent of a whole; "the reduced the number of units and installations"; "the word is a basic linguistic unit"

• an assemblage of parts that is regarded as a single entity; "how big is that part compared to the whole?"; "the team is a unit"

• With regard to Reserve Components of the Armed Forces, denotes a Selected Reserve unit organized, equipped, and trained for mobilization to serve on active duty as a unit or to augment or be augmented by another unit. Headquarters and support functions without wartime missions are not considered units<ref name="JP102"/>.

• A standard or basic quantity into which an item of supply is divided, issued, or used. In this meaning, also called unit of issue<ref name="JP102"/>.

• (sciences) A standard measure of a quantity.

• The number one.

• a single undivided whole; "an idea is not a unit that can be moved from one brain to another"

• The identity element, neutral element.

• (UK) (electricity) One kilowatt-hour (as recorded on an electricity meter).

• A measurement that specifies in what quantity a product will be sold.

• any division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or exchange; "the dollar is the United States unit of currency"; "a unit of wheat is a bushel"; "change per unit volume"

• For each unit.

• item sold singly

• (US, military) An organization title of a subdivision of a group in a task force.

• An organized group comprising people and/or equipment.

• (commerce) An item which may be sold singly.

• (mathematics) Having a size or magnitude of one.

• Any military element whose structure is prescribed by competent authority, such as a table of organization and equipment; specifically, part of an organization<ref name="JP102"> Joint Publication 1-02 U.S. Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms; 12 April 2001 (As Amended Through 14 April 2006).</ref>.

• organized group comprising people and/or equipment

"""1-Adam 12,"" e.g."
"""Law & Order: Special Victims ---"""
"""Law & Order: Special Victims ___"""
"""Law & Order: Special Victims ___"" (TV series)"
"""One Adam Twelve,"" e.g."
"""Radio Friendly ___ Shifter"" (Nirvana)"
"""SVU"" part"
"""The Big ___"" (Randy Johnson)"
"""The Big ___"" Randy Johnson"
"""Wall"" or ""mobile"" follower"
'97 Regurgitator album
-- price
104 Fighting force
"2,864 Austrian troops"
50 Cent's label G-___
50 Cent's label G-___ Records
50-Cent's first band G-___
A group of troops
A mil. body
A mile or a minute
"A mile or a minute, e.g."
"A mile or a minute, perhaps"
A single one
A single thing.
"Acre or ampere, e.g."
"Air conditioner, e.g."
Ampere or angstrom
"Ampere, for one."
"An apartment, to a landlord"
Any police vehicle
Apartment or condo
Apartment rental
"Apartment, e.g."
"Apartment, for example"
"Apartment, for one"
"Apartment, to a Realtor"
"Apartment, to a landlord"
"Apartment, to a manager"
"Apartment, to a realtor"
"Apartment, to a super"
"Apartment, to an apartment manager"
"Apartment, to rental agents"
Army bunch
Army detachment
Army division
Army division.
Army group
Army group e.g.
"Army group, e.g."
Army group.
Army outfit
"Army outfit, e.g."
Army section.
Army squad
Army subdivision
Assembly section
Astronomical ___ (mean distance from the earth to the sun)
BTU part
Band together
Band w/camaraderie
"Band, for one"
Basic element
Basic entity
Basic group
Basic quantity
Basic thing
Battalion or brigade
"Battalion, e.g."
Big ___ (Randy Johnson)
Block of lessons
Blood amount
Blood bank measure
Blood bank quantity
Blood measure
Blood measurement
Blood-bank measure
Body of soldiers
Body of troops
Body of troops.
Brig. Lethbridge-Stewart's org.
"Brigade, e.g."
Btu part
Building block
Byte or bushel
"CD or cassette, in record store speak"
CPU part
CPU part?
"Cadre, e.g."
Calorie or gram
Carat or dram
"Centimeter or candela, e.g."
"Centimeter or gram, for example."
"Cents, e.g."
"Choir, for example"
Close band
Co-op division
Cohesive entity
Cohesive group
College can back constituent (4)
College course division
College course part
College credit
College credit measurement
"College credit, basically"
"College credit, e.g."
Collegian's credit
Combat group
Combat outfit
Company division
Company or regiment
Company part
"Company, e.g."
Complete entity
Complete thing
Complex apartment
Complex division
Complex dwelling
Complex home
Complex part?
Component part
Component piece
Condo apartment
Condo division
Condo domicile
Condo dwelling
Condo or apartment
"Condo or apartment, e.g."
Condo part
Condo rental
Condo residence
Condo section
"Condo, e.g."
"Condo, for example"
"Condo, for one"
"Condo, in realty terminology"
"Condo, to a real estate agent"
Condominium division
Condominium purchase
"Condominium, e.g."
"Condominium, to real estate brokers"
Constituent of a whole
Course division
Course module
Course part
Course section
"Course, at college"
"Course, in education lingo"
Curriculum component
Curriculum division
Curriculum part
Curriculum section
Curriculum segment
Decimal digit
"Degree or decibel, e.g."
"Dennis Haysbert TV series, with ""The"""
"Dennis Haysbert series (with ""The"")"
"Dennis Haysbert series, with ""The"""
"Dennis Haysbert show, with ""The"""
Detachment of soldiers
Determinate amount.
Determinate quantity
Determinate quantity.
Determine quantity
Diesel ___
Discrete part
Distinct entity
Distinct group
Distinct part
Distinct part.
Division of city administration
Dram or gram
Drug amount
Drug quantity
Duplex or studio
Duplex or triplex
Dyne or erg
Dyne or erg.
Education division
Elemental part
Erg or joule
Family ___
Fathom or foot
"Fathom, for one"
"Feet or tons, e.g."
Fermi or Faraday
Fermi or farad
"Fermi, for one"
Fiddy's group G-___
Fighting force
Fixed amount
Fixed amount.
Fixed betting quantity (for a game)*
"Fixed betting quantity, usually equal to the size of the betting limit for the game*"
Fixed portion
Fixed quantity
Fixed quantity.
Foot or cubit
Foot or fathom
Foot or furlong
"Foot or furlong, e.g."
"Foot or hand, e.g."
Foot or meter
Foot or pound
Foot or yard
"Foot, e.g."
"Foot, fathom or farad"
"Foot, fathom or furlong"
"Foot, for example"
"Foot, for one"
"Foot, hour or pound"
"Foot, say"
Fort Benning group
Frank Zappa's daughter Moon ___
G-___ (hip-hop outfit)
GI group
"Generator, e.g."
Graduation mark
Gram or dram
"Gram or dram, e.g."
Gram or meter
Group member
Group of soldiers
Group of troops
"Group of troops, collectively"
Hand or foot
"Hand or foot, e.g."
Hand or knot
"Hand, e.g."
"Hawkeye's MASH, for one"
"Haysbert TV drama, with The"
Henry or hertz
Hospital area
Hospital division
Hospital section
Hospital ward
Hotel suite
Housing ___
Housing complex purchase
ICU part
ICU section?
ICU word
Inch or centimeter
Inch or foot
Inch or foot.
"Inch or mile, e.g."
Inch or ounce
Inch or teaspoon
"Inch, e.g."
"Inch, foot or yard"
Individual entity
Individual group.
Individual product
Indivisible entity
Infantry group
"Inning, for one"
Integral part.
Intensive care ___
Inventory count item
Inventory item
It may come with intensive care
It's often named for a scientist
Joule or ampere
Joule or henry.
Just one of those things?
Kicking ___
"Kilometer, for one"
"Kilowatt or nanosecond, e.g."
"Kilowatt-hour, e.g."
Kind of Arian
Kind of convention rule
Kind of price
Kind of pricing
Kind of pricing or cost
Kind of rule
Kind of rule or pricing
Kind of trust
Knot or watt
"Knot, e.g."
"Knot, say"
Landlord's offering
Last part of BTU
League or degree
"League, e.g."
"League, for one"
"Light-year or parsec, e.g."
"Light-year, e.g."
Liter or meter
Marine division
Marine's division
Measured amount
"Measured amount, in hospitals"
Measured dose
Measurement standard
Measuring standard
Member of a church group: Abbr.
Member of a group
Meter or liter
"Meter or liter, e.g."
Meter or micron
Meter or mile
Meter or millimeter
Meter or yard
"Metre or litre, e.g."
Metric ___
Mil or mile
Mile or meter
Mile or mil
"Mile, e.g."
Military assignment
Military body
Military body.
Military component
Military detachment
Military division
Military force
Military group
Military group.
Military grouping
Military squad
Military subdivision
Military team
Milligram or kilogram
Minute or mile
Modular component
Module or monad
Module; monad
Monetary ___.
Moon Zappa's middle name
Moon ___ (one of the Zappas)
Moon ___ Zappa
Motel rental
Motel room
Motel room or suite
Motel segment
"NBC, to General Electric"
"Nanojoule, for one"
Newton or curie
Newton or foot
Newton or ohm
Newton or pascal
Newton or second
Newton or tesla
Newton or watt
"Newton, e.g."
"Newton, for example"
"Newton, for one"
Number immediately to the left of the decimal point
Offensive or defensive ___
"Ohm or mho, for example."
Ohm or mho.
"One Adam Twelve, e.g."
One bet*
One condo
One is one
One is one.
One item
"One named for a scientist, often"
One of a kind
One of a kind?
One of a number of similar things
One of a series
One of a set
One of an aggregate.
One of many
One of the whole
One or ten.
One part of a whole
One piece of a sectional sofa
One piece of ammunition (4)
One thing.
"One, for one"
"One-Adam-12, for one"
Organized body of troops
Ounce or hour
"Ounce or pound, e.g."
Package e.g.
Part of B.T.U.
Part of BTU
"Part of BTU, CPU, or ICU"
Part of Btu
Part of C.C.U.
Part of C.P.U.
Part of CPU
Part of I.C.U.
Part of ICU
Part of a course
Part of a curriculum
Part of a group.
Part of a larger group
Part of a school course
Part of a whole
Part of a whole.
Part of an army
Part of the whole
Pascal or coulomb
Pascal or newton
"Pascal, for example"
"Peck or parsec, e.g."
"Peck, e.g."
"Peck, pint or pound"
Pint or pixel
Pint or quart
"Pint, inch or second"
Platoon or company
"Platoon or squadron, e.g."
"Platoon, brigade, or battalion"
"Platoon, e.g."
"Platoon, for one"
"Platoon, to a company"
Police car
Pop quiz section
Pound or foot
Pound or ounce.
Pound or pint
"Pound, e.g."
Precisely defined quantity
"Quart, e.g."
"Randy ""The Big ___"" Johnson"
Randy Johnson s moniker: the Big ___
"Randy Johnson, ""The Big ___"""
Realtor offering
Realtor's sale
"Receiver or recorder, e.g."
Regiment or patrol
Rental apartment
Rental space
Rented storage area
Rod or chain
"Rod or ton, e.g."
Room or apartment
"Ruler's inch, e.g."
"SEAL Team Six, e.g."
SKU part
"Sailor's knot, for one"
School course part
School course section
School credit
School term credit.
Second or fifth
"Second, e.g."
"Second, for one"
Section of a class
See 27A
"Segment covered by a test, perhaps"
Self-storage rental
Sergeant's command
Series of related classes
Set of lessons
Set quantity
Single component
Single dose
Single entity
Single entity.
Single entry
Single factor
Single item
Single part
Single part of the whole
Single part.
Single person
Single piece
Single quantity
Single stock quantity
Single thing
Single thing.
Single undivided entity
Soldier group
Soldier's assignment
Soldier's group
Soldiers' group
Something integgral
Something whole
Specialized hospital area
Specialized hospital section
Specific quantity
Specified quantity
Squad car
"Squad car, e.g."
"Squad, e.g."
"Squad, say"
Squadron or wing
"Squadron, e.g."
"Squadron, say"
Standard amount.
Standard measure
Standard of measurement
Standard of quantity.
Standard quantity
Standard quantity.
Stiller and Meara
"Stone, e.g."
Storage ___
Storage area rental
Storage rental
Student's daily workload
Subdivision of troops.
Subgroup of soldiers
Subject section
"Subsidiary, e.g."
Super's apartment
"Super's apartment, e.g."
"Super's pad, often"
Syllabus section
Syllabus segment
Teaching segment
Ten or one
"Tesla, for one"
Textbook chapter
Textbook division
Textbook heading
Textbook section
Textbook segment
"The ""U"" in ""I.C.U."""
"The ""U"" in B.T.U."
"The ""U"" in BTU"
"The ""U"" in C.P.U."
"The ""U"" in I.C.U."
"The ""U"" in ICU"
"The ""U"" of ""Law & Order: SVU"""
"The ""U"" of B.T.U."
"The ""U"" of BTU"
"The ""U"" of C.P.U."
"The ""U"" of CPU"
"The ""U"" of I.C.U."
The 'U' in I.C.U.
The 'U' of CPU or BTU
The Big ___ (Randy Johnson sobriquet)
The Big ___ (Randy Johnson's nickname)
The Big ___: pitcher Randy Johnson's nickname
The U in BTU
The U in CPU
"The U of ""Law & Order: SVU"""
The U of BTU
The family ___
The first natural number
Thing (of)
Thing to be sold
Ton or quart
"Ton, e.g."
"Ton, for one"
Tranfusion quantity
Transfusion amount
Troop group
Troop troupe
Type of cost
Type of price
Type of pricing
Type of type
Undivided whole.
United whole
Volt or ampere
Volt or watt
Wall ___ (furniture purchase)
Wall or mobile follower
Watt or ampere.
Watt or erg
Watt or knot
Watt or ohm
"Watt or ohm, e.g."
Watt or ohm.
"Weber, e.g."
"What a gene is, in terms of heredity"
Whole thing
"Whole thing, or its part"
"Word with ""intensive care"""
"Word with ""military"" or ""heating"""
"Word with ""monetary"" or ""wall"""
Word with factor or rule
Word with intensive care
Word with military or heating
Word with price or rule
Word with rule or pricing
Work crew
Work group
Workbook chapter
Workbook section
Workbook segment
Yard or kilometer
"Yard, e.g."
"Zappa's daughter, Moon ___"
___ circle (trigonometric concept)
___ circle (trigonometry concept)
___ cost
___ of measure
___ of measure (pound or mile)
___ of measure (quart or mile)
___ pricing
___ rule (political convention bylaw)
"___ rule, at a convention"
"___ rule, in convention voting."
___ rule.
Single piece
Army group
Army group
Gram or dram
Storage ___
Condo, say
The "U" of ICU
Mile or milligram
SVU part
Tesla or newton
Foot or furlong
Inch or foot
Army division
Part of community
Soldier's assignment
Battalion or regiment
Any apartment, to the super
Watt or knot
Single thing
Mile or meter
Combat group
Infantry division
Inch or mile, e.g.
Minute, e.g.
Mile or meter
Watt or fermi
Single entity
Meter or liter
Henry or watt
Tesla or watt
Hand or foot
Watt or ampere
Police car
Platoon or squadron
Subdivision of a military group
Army division
Army division
Mile or meter
Combat outfit
Military group
Military group
Teaching segment
Teaching segment
Single entity
Single entity
Single entity
Single thing
Single thing
Single thing
Single thing
Roughly a pint, at a blood drive
Fathom or furlong
Part of community
Part of community
Micron, meter or mile
Part of ammunitions
Part of ammunitions
Inch or mile
One or many
Apartment, to a landlord
See 46-Across
Military group
Foot or inch, e.g.
Single entity
Textbook division
One upper-class twit
Any single apartment, to a super
Single entity
Military group
Military group
Part of community
Collection of textbook chapters
Self-storage compartment
Ton, for one
Course part
Military outfit
Part of community
Army division
Army division
Single thing
Single thing
Foot or furlong
Single entity
Single entity
One or many
Single entity
Single item of ammunition
Dram or gram
Army division
Army division
Single thing
Newton or watt
Single thing
Part of community
Furlong or fathom
Single squad car
Single thing
Police car
Landlord's moneymaker
Military outfit
__ of measure (mile or quart)
Self-storage compartment
Part of community
Watt, ampere or tesla
Any individual police car
Second or fifth
Meter or liter
Part of community
Element in universal container rejected
Army division
Quart, say
Part of ammunition
Infantry division, e.g.
Group of troops
Army division
Single thing
Kitchen cabinet
Part of CPU
One piece of ammunition
Second, e.g.
Military group
Subsidiary company
Foot or fathom
Hand or foot
Part of BTU
Textbook division
Self-storage rental
Peck or pound
Self-storage rental
Army division
Army division
Single component
Army division
Part of community
Troop group
Part of community
Single thing
A soldier's outfit
Military group
Tesla or newton
Single entity
Part of community
__ pricing
Troop body
Ton, for one
League, e.g.
Knot, e.g.
Army group
Word in BTU
Brigade, for instance
Army group
__ of measure (mile or quart)
One or many
One making a contribution to community
One superior form of tin
Hand or foot
Military group
Part of community
Undivided entity
Type of pricing
Self-storage rental
Part of community
Army division
Military group
Military group
Part of community
Condo member
Blood bank quantity
Military group
Single entity
Foot or fathom
A soldier's outfit
Each of this puzzle's hidden words, e.g.
Single entity
Single thing
Ammunition's more than adequate for platoon
Textbook section
Army group