What does it mean to integrate

integrate (German)

Part of speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
in | te | g | rie | ren, simple past: in | te | g | rier | te, participle II: in | te | g | rier
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˌꞮnteˈɡʀiːʀən], simple past: [ˌɪnteˈɡʀiːɐ̯tə], participle II: [ˌɪnteˈɡʀiːɐ̯t]
Word meaning / definition:
1) take someone or something into an existing (social) structure or system, classify them
2) Mathematics, Analysis: an integral computation
Origin of the term:
from the Latin verb integrare = "Restore, add", to integrity = "Intact, innocent"; this from the negative prefix in- and the root of the word tangere = "Touch"; compare with integrity
Synonyms:
1) align, adapt, record, insert, incorporate, group, classify, implement
2) colloquial:lead on
Opposite words:
1) reject, expel
2) differentiate, deduce
Subordinate terms:
1) disintegrate, reintegrate, forcibly integrate
Application examples:
1) It is a perennial problem to get marginalized into society fully integrate.
2) This function cannot be specified exactly, only numerically integrate.
Word formations:
Integrand, integration, integrative, integrator, integrating system, integrable, integrating, integrating, integrator, integrating device, integrated, integration
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. integrate; you integrate; he she it integrated
Simple past: I. integrated
Participle II: integrated
Subjunctive II: i integrated
Imperative: singular integrate!; Plural integrated!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations

  • Basque: integratu
  • English: integrate
  • French: intégrer
  • Greek (new): 1) ενσωματώνω (ensomatóno), εντάσσω (endásso)
  • Italian: 1) integrare
  • Catalan: 1) integrable
  • Latin: 2) integrare
  • Portuguese: 1) integrable
  • Swedish: integrera
  • Spanish: 1) integrable

Similar words (German):intrigue

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Switzerland wants refugees to enter the labor market faster integrate and promote language skills.
euronews, December 28, 2018

ATTAC Europe Congress: Should the left join the EU institutions integrate or fight for the exit from the capital union?
young world, 8th October 2018

A student at the Walther-Rathenau-Gymnasium in Grunewald writes about how sustainability can be implemented in everyday life integrate can.
tagesspiegel.de, June 10, 2019

Due to his 20 years of studies on integration and assimilation, the Dutch professor of sociology Ruud Koopmans came to the conclusion that Muslims are more difficult to live with integrate are than other migrant groups.
Contra Magazin, March 9, 2019

A course in Bremen aims to prepare teachers for inclusion. Course director Frank Müller reveals how schools with impaired children do better integrate can.
Radio Bremen, September 4th, 2018

The sensor manufacturer issues a convertible bond and procures a bridge loan to Osram integrate to be able to.
DiePresse.com, October 27, 2020

The SPD wants the employees of Berlin Transport in the transport company integrate and thus ensure more justice.
Berliner Morgenpost, December 20, 2019

Apple wants the interface, which enables contact tracking via Bluetooth, to appear in iOS at the end of April integrate - much earlier than planned.
heise online, April 23, 2020

More than 2,400 companies have teamed up to help refugees integrate - and to find workers. This is not so easy.
TAZ, March 10, 2020

All Klarna payment options will in future be available in shops via Wirecard's digital platform integrate to let.
Online retailer news, March 12, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / conjugations

Integrate Inflection - The conjugation of the verb integrate

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativeI integrateyou integratehe / she / it integrateswe integrateyou integratedintegrate them
Present Subjunctive I.I integrateyou integratehe / she / it integrateswe integrateyou integrateintegrate them
Past tense indicativeI integratedyou integratehe / she / it integratedwe integratedyou integratedthey integrated
Past tense subjunctive III integratedyou integratedhe / she / it integratedwe integratedyou integratedthey integrated
Perfect indicativeI have integratedyou have integratedhe / she / it has integratedwe have integratedyou have integratedthey have integrated
Perfect subjunctive I.I have integratedyou have integratedhe / she / it has integratedwe have integratedyou have integratedthey have integrated
Past perfect indicativeI had integratedyou had integratedhe / she / it had integratedwe had integratedyou had integratedthey had integrated
Past perfect subjunctive III would have integratedyou would have integratedhe / she / it would have integratedwe would have integratedyou would have integratedthey would have integrated
Future I indicativei will integrateyou will integratehe / she / it will integratewe will integrateyou will integratethey will integrate
Future tense I subjunctivei will integrateyou will integratehe / she / it will integratewe will integrateyou will integratethey will integrate
Future tense I subjunctive III would integrateyou would integratehe / she / it would integratewe would integrateyou would integratethey would integrate
Future tense II indicativeI will have integratedyou will have integratedhe / she / it will have integratedwe will have integratedyou will have integratedthey will have integrated
Future tense II subjunctive II will have integratedyou will have integratedhe / she / it will have integratedwe will have integratedyou will have integratedthey will have integrated
Future tense II subjunctive IIi would have integratedyou would have integratedhe / she / it would have integratedwe would have integratedyou would have integratedthey would have integrated

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • affiliate (go., lat.)
  • take up
  • build in: separable, transitive: insert and fasten exactly matching parts in something that is already there; separable, transitive: insert something into a written or oral text
  • include: separable, transitive: to count someone or something in a group, to include them in a group; separable, transitive: take someone or something into account when planning or designing; separable, transitive: to involve someone in something
  • insert: place between what is available
  • incorporate
  • graft in
  • include: contain something
  • take into account (a thing)
  • concerns: to deal with something mentally; to give something to someone, to give something to someone; reflexive: think about something for yourself
  • consider: to be considerate of someone; someone to consider something; someone to note something
  • take into account
  • include: separable, transitive: to count someone or something in a group, to include them in a group; separable, transitive: take someone or something into account when planning or designing; separable, transitive: to involve someone in something
  • take into account
  • plan on: think about something before an event occurs and consider the consequences; include something in a plan
  • to price in: Market economy, stock exchange: take into account the future price or course based on expected events and thus anticipate it
  • take into account
  • consider: consider; project; consider, play through in your mind
  • keep in mind
  • bring up (go.)
  • consider: memorize the possibility of a certain implementation or action and consider or consider this
  • contemplate
  • invoice
  • take into account in the calculation
  • to include: contain something
  • to include
  • not to forget
  • see (coll.): perceive actively and passively through the sensory organ 'eye'; detect transmitted
  • accommodate: provide accommodation, sleeping space
  • include: trans., written: to have, contain, include; have as a prerequisite; have as a consequence
  • to recover: transitive: bring to safety, for example the sails before a storm or the crew of a ship; keep safe; include
  • include: separable, transitive: to count someone or something in a group, to include them in a group; separable, transitive: take someone or something into account when planning or designing; separable, transitive: to involve someone in something
  • lock in: close or seal the place, room or container in which the object or person is located; to include; these include; to consider with; something surrounded on all sides
  • contain: trans. be such that one (denoted by the accusative object, which is always necessary), is part of the other (that denoted by the subject); have a content; consist of; refl., genitive: keep away from something; refl., genitive: (based on;; do not vote in an election or vote); not participate
  • conceal within
  • include: contain something
  • to involve: transitive: include; transitive: to get involved in something
  • bring with you: carry something with you to pass it on wherever you go; guide someone to a goal
  • wear
  • include: grasp something, embrace, surround
  • enclose: Comprehensively imprison; include
  • incorporate
  • classify: 1a) insert something into an ordered system 1b) transfer: assess something or someone; reflexive: driving on a certain lane in traffic; reflexive: inserting oneself into a system, into an order and adapting oneself there
  • raising: educate someone (to something): teach someone education and knowledge, shape someone's character (towards a goal); trans. train a (domestic) animal; forcing a desired growth
  • socialize

Another word (synonym) for integrate - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

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palette: Palette (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular palette; Plural palettes genitive: singular palette; Plural palettes dative: singular palette; Plural ...

absorb: absorb, integrate, swallow, swallow Opposite words: 1) emit; rare: exsorb. Examples of use: 1) Clay can absorb large amounts of liquid

Analysis: ... library is a book on analysis. Typical word combinations: 1) differentiate, integrate Derived words: analytical Translations Albanian: 1) ...

intrigue: Derived words: Intrige, Intrigant, intrigant Translations Basque: intrigatu English: intrigue, cabal French: intriguer Italian: intrigare Swedish: intrigera Similar terms: integrate

derive:… Derive from the verb derive Synonyms: 1) derive 2) differentiate Opposite words: 2) integrate Application examples: 1) We had to derive the excess water. 2) ...


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