Synonym: amass, balance, coordinate, equalize, proportion. Similar words: integrated, integration, strategy, strategic, category, gratify, migration, intend. Meaning: ['ɪntɪgreɪt] v. 1. make into a whole or make part of a whole 2. open (a place) to members of all races and ethnic groups 3. become one; become integrated 4. calculate the integral of; calculate by integration.

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(1) He seems to find it difficult to

*integrate*socially.(2) The committee can

*integrate*the different plans.(3) Many suggestions are needed to

*integrate*the plan. Sentencedict.com(4) Do you really want to

*integrate*with us?(5) He didn't

*integrate*successfully into the Italian way of life.(6) If they want to

*integrate*, that'sfine with me.(7) Ann wanted the conservatory to

*integrate*with the kitchen.(8) They didn't

*integrate*with the other children.(9) Schools came to us because they wanted to

*integrate*.(10) We must

*integrate*theory with practice.(11) These programs will

*integrate*with your existing software.(12) A customs union would

*integrate*the economies of these countries.(13) The teachers are trying to

*integrate*all the children into society.(14) You can

*integrate*text with graphics and manipulate graphic images.(15) Writers of history books often attempt to

*integrate*the past with the present.(16) We're looking for people who can

*integrate*with a team.(17) The aim, said the minister(sentencedict.com), was to

*integrate*Britain both politically and economically into the European Community.(18) The way Swedes

*integrate*immigrants is, she feels, 100% more advanced.(19) Little attempt was made to

*integrate*the parts into a coherent whole.(20) Encouraging teacher transfer would not, by itself,

*integrate*the teaching corps.(21) The idea with young children is to

*integrate*learning with play.(22) Strategies to

*integrate*existing and planned information systems.(23) The different media were fragmented, difficult to

*integrate*.(24) The company helps clients

*integrate*various computer systems.(25) I wanted to

*integrate*schools and lunch counters.(26) The modular architecture will

*integrate*10m transistors.(27) The tsar was trying to

*integrate*his domains.(28) It takes time to

*integrate*this information. 10.(29) The value-science

*integrate*was socially situated in that the values were seen as specific to a given social structure.(30) Economics is pushing nations to disintegrate and regions to

*integrate*simultaneously.More similar words: integrated, integration, strategy, strategic, category, gratify, migration, intend, intent, immigration, intense, painter, in tears, rate, graduate, internal, interact, Internet, interior, interval, interest, interview, intensity, interfere, interpret, enter into, in terms of, interrupt, operate, maintenance.