integrate

[ in-ti-greyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF integrate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTEGRATE

They require time to heal, time to learn, time to integrate themselves.

Markets do something else: They integrate expectations into their own mechanisms.

But they also integrate the experience of their self-constitution in language.

First there is the struggle to integrate in a hostile environment.

My concern is to integrate your work with our total social needs.

Now he was trying to integrate it into the problem of Fred Grant.

I think she could add much to the clan, if we can only integrate her in.

In its integrate character therefore, it envisages the life of reason and realizes it as the art of life.

Rynason was silent, trying to integrate that into the fog in his head.

Prof. Geddes decides that the City may be taken "as the integrate of study."

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