integrate

integrate [v] mix, merge accommodate, amalgamate, arrange, articulate, assimilate, associate, attune, blend, coalesce, combine, come together, compact, concatenate, concentrate, conform, conjoin, consolidate, coordinate, desegregate, embody, fuse, get together, harmonize, incorporate, interface, intermix, join, knit, link, meld with, mesh, orchestrate, organize, proportion, reconcile, reconciliate, symphonize, synthesize, systematize, throw in together, tune, unify, unite, wed; concepts 113,114 —Ant. divide, separate

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  • integrate — integrate, articulate, concatenate are comparable when they mean to bring or join together a number of distinct things so that they move, operate, or function as a unit. The implications of these senses are probably more often found in the… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • InteGrate — (formerly known as Solution 42 , a name taken from Douglas Adams s Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy cult series) is a pipe lined high performance architecture for handling batch rating of telecommunications CDRs (Call Data Records).Solution 42,… …   Wikipedia

  • integrate — in·te·grate vb grat·ed, grat·ing vt 1: to form, coordinate, or blend into a functioning or unified whole 2: to end the segregation of and bring into equal membership in society or an organization vi: to become integrated Merriam Webster’s… …   Law dictionary

  • Integrate — In te*grate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Integrated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Integrating}.] [L. integratus, p. p. of integrare to make whole, renew: cf. F. int[ e]grer. See {Integer}, {Entire}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To form into one whole; to make entire; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • integrate — (v.) 1630s, to render (something) whole, from L. integratus, pp. of integrare make whole, from integer whole (see INTEGER (Cf. integer)). Meaning to put together parts or elements and combine them into a whole is from 1802. Integrate in the… …   Etymology dictionary

  • integrate — essentially means ‘to make whole’ and is widely used of bringing separate or disparate elements together to form a unity. Since the late 1940s it has been used to refer to the social absorption of distinct groups, especially ethnically or… …   Modern English usage

  • integrate — ► VERB 1) combine or be combined to form a whole. 2) bring or come into equal participation in an institution or body. 3) Mathematics find the integral of. DERIVATIVES integrable adjective integrative adjective integrator noun …   English terms dictionary

  • integrate — [in′tə grāt΄] vt. integrated, integrating [< L integratus, pp. of integrare, to make whole, renew < integer: see INTEGER] 1. to make whole or complete by adding or bringing together parts 2. to put or bring (parts) together into a whole;… …   English World dictionary

  • integrate */*/ — UK [ˈɪntɪˌɡreɪt] / US [ˈɪntəˌɡreɪt] verb Word forms integrate : present tense I/you/we/they integrate he/she/it integrates present participle integrating past tense integrated past participle integrated 1) a) [transitive, often passive] to make… …   English dictionary

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