1.1(take in)(plan/idea) incorporarto incorporate sth into sth — incorporar algo a algo
- to incorporate sth with sth — amalgamar algo con algo
- Water slides are not incorporated into the main pool for the same reason.
- In 1928 that building was incorporated in the Theatre Royal, which was in turn demolished in the 1960s (Churchgate House is on the site).
- Rirc was incorporated in Nevada, US, in 1999 and has offices in London and Vancouver.
- And given the scale of the natural features and how they were incorporated into the designs, nature steals the show.
- Nine previously unreported markers were incorporated into the integrated map.
- The little battle was quickly incorporated into imperial military legend, but was, in fact, strategically insignificant and need never have occurred if not for the disaster at Isandlwana.
- She regrets that in too many of our schools, literature and extra-curricular activities such as drama and singing are not incorporated in their school curricula.
- She pointed out that the original stained glass windows from the convent chapel are beautifully incorporated into the Prayer Room in Abbey Community College.
- The Thracians who had inhabited these lands before the invasion of Slavs and Bulgars were also incorporated into the new state.
- It was incorporated into the factory's main wastewater treatment scheme.
- In the reign of the Bulgarian tsar Boris I, those territories were incorporated into several komitati (units of local authority).
- A fish pass was incorporated into the new culvert constructed over the Corroy River to allow passage for fish when river flows are low.
- When completed, the balls are incorporated into other objects before they are sold, including trophies and lamp stands.
- Imagine the saving should every household in the town be able to do this, and a provision for alternative waste disposal systems be incorporated into every house foundation.
- Julia herself planned to plant some trees here, including those grown from acorns she had collected, and her ideas are incorporated in the design.
- Some years ago a water feature was built at the bottom of Church Bank when Forster Square was altered while a lovely waterfall was incorporated into the new Arndale Centre, neither of which lasted very long.
- The way that they seem to have got around this is by incorporating the fines component in the rules, which are in turn incorporated into the contract.
- This even includes a small treatise on the origins of water being incorporated into Christian theology.
- The North Solomons was incorporated into Papua New Guinea at independence in 1975 - but against the wishes of its fledgling secessionist movement.
- The association was incorporated in 1998 to function as the sport governing body for snowboarding in Ontario.
1.2(include, contain)incluircomprenderGreat Britain incorporates England, Scotland and Wales — Gran Bretaña incluye / comprende Inglaterra, Escocia y Gales
2Business Law(business/enterprise) constituir (en sociedad)a company incorporated in the State of New Jersey — una compañía constituida en el estado de Nueva Jersey
- The defendant corporation was incorporated under, and subsists under, the laws of Ontario and has its head office in the City of Toronto.
- In that case, farmers were advised to incorporate a company, and then grant a tenancy and transfer the farming assets to the company, in order to try and prevent the bank from obtaining possession of the farm.
- Typically, the corporate veil is pierced when the company is incorporated for an illegal, fraudulent or improper purpose.
- In 1848 the Minesota Mining Company was incorporated, with Knapp as the mine agent.
- But, if the company is incorporated abroad, English liquidators' ability to get in and realise the company's foreign assets will be very limited.