Translation of integrate in Spanish:


integrar, v.

Pronunciation: /ˈɪntɪɡreɪt//ˈɪn(t)əˌɡreɪt/

transitive verb

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    • 1.1(combine)

      to integrate sb/sth into / with sth
      • the new buildings have been successfully integrated with the old se ha logrado integrar con éxito los nuevos edificios con los antiguos
      • to integrate the handicapped into the community hacer que los minusválidos se integren en la sociedad
      • At the front of the house, a pair of reception rooms has been integrated to create a particularly spacious lounge.
      • A better approach is to integrate the three stages into a highly compact, free-space geometry.
      • The advantage of the cointegration approach is that it allows one to integrate the long-run and short-run relationships between variables within a unified framework.
      • Recent action in Afghanistan - when air and land forces again were closely integrated - reaffirms the effectiveness of this approach.
      • Robertson emphasizes that future work should also look to ways that the direct retraining and specific skills approaches can be integrated.
      • An additional obstacle for low-skill readers is the process by which the meaning of individual words and phrases of written passages are integrated into a coherent whole.
      • In contrast, the attraction of a peacemaking approach is that it has the potential to combine and integrate these two facets in a more subtle, and balanced, way.
      • E-commerce and affiliate management functions are integrated into one program, making maintenance easier and less expensive.

    • 1.2(desegregate)

      (club/school) eliminar la segregación de
      • After training, the women are integrated into their families, equipped with self-confidence and skills to pursue a life of their own.
      • Encouraging such striving, they felt, was the best way for poor blacks to escape poverty and integrate themselves fully into American social and political life.
      • Some replicants can only socially integrate themselves into a group of people by making fun of others.
      • The first track seeks to strengthen Baltic sovereignty and promote internal reforms by integrating the three republics into European and Euro-Atlantic institutions.
      • And integrating China into the global economy by bringing it into the World Trade Organization is all to the good.
      • But that's not to say that there will not be issues with integrating the two youngest members of the family.
      • Residence life staff will focus on integrating younger students into the university community through social activities.
      • In its latest reality TV programme Channel 4 is hoping to chart the progress of the prisoners as they are integrated into society.
      • I feel it is very important that they are integrated into the system.
      • This means that it must struggle to integrate fully its African-American members, as well as its new, predominantly immigrant Hispanic members.
      • Year after year, they say that integrating Thailand into the global economy will bring manna to all.
      • ASEAN has been striving to integrate newer members Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam into the group as quickly as possible.
      • Many young people, from both religious denominations, have seen no real social gains from the Agreement, nor any moves to integrate the two communities.
      • By failing to integrate the individual socially, modernity has forced the individual to mask himself.
      • Social rights would also help integrate previously excluded groups into a common national culture, and thereby provide a source of national unity and loyalty.
      • He treated me with the utmost respect, the sex was fab, he bought me cool gifts, integrated me into his social circle, introduced me to the family, etc.
      • Peron preached the doctrine of economic progress and national integration - he created strong trade unions and social institutions that integrated different sections of society into the state.
      • And city officials are now designing programs to integrate the largely reclusive Chinese community and companies into the social and economic mainstream.
      • British society became highly cohesive, with its plethora of clubs and societies, but did not integrate, or expect to integrate, people of different social classes.
      • It can lead to potential problems for service providers keen to integrate newly transferred employees alongside existing staff members.

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    (function) integrar

intransitive verb

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    (become combined)
    (parts/unit) integrarse
    (unit/parts) combinarse (para formar un todo)
    (immigrants/minorities) integrarse
    to integrate into / with sth integrarse en / con algo
    • These two quantities, standard error and bias, are integrated by the measure of root mean-square error.
    • We're going to look at one example of how they (and the idea of measure in general) let us extend calculus and allow us to integrate some very odd functions!
    • This distribution has to be integrated numerically to obtain its first two moments and the average values of the mutation load and inbreeding depression.
    • Also in this letter he asked his advice on integrating equations he had obtained from theoretically modelling bombs dropping.
    • The only way to compute complete trajectories was to integrate the differential equations numerically.
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    (become desegregated)
    eliminar la segregación de su seno