integrate
[ in-ti-greyt ]
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Part of SpeechverbOrigin + Etymology
Mid 17th century; from the Latin integrat- "made whole," from the verb integrare, from integer, "whole"
Synonyms
verb
blendcombineconformfuseharmonize
Antonyms
verb
disarrangedisconnectdisjoindisperse
Definition
verbto bring together or incorporate (parts) into a whole
Examples
verbA) Since their schedules kept conflicting, the couple decided to integrate their families for the holidays. B) The company planned to integrate their old and new systems for a smoother workflow.
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