Definition for integration

noun as in unification

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Example Sentences

Originally planned for the Tokyo Olympics this summer, Eurosport is speaking to advertisers about potential sponsorship integrations around the technology.

From Digiday

TiTok has been a real leader in developing the western model of this but its the integration with retail that’s missing at the moment, but one that’s very prevalent in China and Southeast Asia.

From Digiday

Smaller integrations and partnered landing pages are also making an impact on registering people to vote.

From Digiday

The integration asking me to go for a roll was a welcome addition.

“Furthering the integration between work and life has positively impacted our staff,” she said.

From Fortune

As for his harsh—some might even say paranoid—opposition to European integration, “most of us would support him.”

And the capital city is a veritable utopia of acceptance and integration.

Harkin introduced the Community Integration Act earlier this year.

He was with James Meredith during the violent insurrection that followed the integration of the University of Mississippi in 1962.

It opposes global capitalism, European integration and Zionism.

Again, by integration, the mean resistance can be shown to be one-sixth of the resistance of the line.

In respect to the first head there is a well-marked “integration” of the modes for meeting the cost of the public services.

The result is obtained by a real integration, confirmed as usual by a proof by the method of exhaustion.

The growth of larger and larger groups out of the integration of these village centres.

This is what is called integration, and is the business of the mathematician.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to integration, such as: assimilation, alliance, amalgamation, combination, mixture, and synthesis.

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