- v. present participle of integrate.
- adj. composed and coordinated to form a whole
- adj. US characterized by racial integration
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Formed or united into a whole.
- adj. Formed into a whole or introduced into another entity. Opposite of
- adj. Having different groups treated together as equals in one group.
- adj. Resembling a living organism in organization or development.
- adj. combined. Opposite of
- adj. having constituent parts mixed to form a single unit. Opposite of
- adj. formed or united into a whole
- adj. resembling a living organism in organization or development
- adj. formed into a whole or introduced into another entity
- adj. not segregated; designated as available to all races or groups
“After landing at obtampons.ca/apology, a viewer enters her name and then sits back to not only hear the performer sing the name within the song's lyrics, but also to see the name integrated into the video - on sheet music, outlined in red rose petals on a beach, in skywriting, on an arm tattoo, and on a hot air balloon.”
“I'd prefer to see the title integrated into the artwork a little better - the red band just looks like it's been slapped over the top.”
“Yang said China will pursue what he calls an "integrated approach" in its foreign relations.”
“Our idea was built upon the best corporate philanthropic practices of other companies -- Hasbro, eBay, Levi Strauss & Company -- and led to what we called the integrated model.”
“Robert Riesenberg, one of the executive producers of the new NBC reality show "Restaurant," a blend of entertainment and what he calls integrated marketing, what others call blurring the line between content and advertising, joins us.”
“CHOPRA: In fact, every medical school almost that I know of has now teaching programs where they at least have some courses in complementary or what they call integrated medicine.”
“We are already beginning to see, particularly within the large animal, what we call integrated market, where before we might have had some rodenticide sales but not disinfectant sales, we are now able to bring disinfectants in, whereas maybe DuPont had some disinfectant sales into that company but we didn't have rodenticide sales where now we've been able to hook rodenticides to it.”
“I mean, we have, over the last couple of years, we have really worked hard to create what we call integrated desktop, which is a very tight integration between our debit products site and our account processing or our core platforms.”
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