integrate

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  • The addition of integrated media control was the most significant addition.
  • These few but significant changes were integrated into the second edition.
  • Although the project was ultimately abandoned, some elements were integrated into other projects.
  • Students who complete the program are capable of integrating their minor into their future career.
  • There are also plans to integrate dance into the program in the near future.
  • The rule of traditional authorities was indeed integrated more than before in the colonial administration.
  • Further the line did not integrate at all with the rest of the network.
  • He would be integrating them with the way the British political system is put together.
  • In recent years the administration has moved towards integrating technology into the daily life of the school.
  • Leaders of each country felt the need to further integrate the region.
  • In fact, he already was; he just managed to integrate this well into his life.
  • The integrated sound system is often still referred to as a "sound card".
  • The area to the south would be integrated into the Roman Empire.
  • Later, control characters were integrated into the stream of data to be printed.
  • Special attention was to be paid to integrating those children who had been out of education for several years.
  • Public participation was first introduced into this model and it was generally integrated into the system process described above.
  • He runs his own band and integrates many contemporary musicians in his performances.
  • In later years his role would be more deeply integrated.
  • The league also integrates two senior level teams with the Junior B teams.
  • He has also won several grants for integrating music into education programs.
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Words starting with integrate

Meaning of integrate

  • verb Make into a whole or make part of a whole
    She incorporated his suggestions into her proposal
  • verb Become one; become integrated
    The students at this school integrate immediately, despite their different backgrounds
  • verb Calculate the integral of; calculate by integration