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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintegratein‧te‧grate /ˈɪntɪɡreɪt/ ●○○ AWL verb [intransitive, transitive]  1 TOGETHERif two or more things integrate, or if you integrate them, they combine or work together in a way that makes something more effectiveintegrate (something) into/with something Colourful illustrations are integrated into the text. Transport planning should be integrated with energy policy. computers of different makes that integrate with each other2 SSTOGETHERto become part of a group or society and be accepted by them, or to help someone do thisintegrate (somebody) into/with something We’re looking for people who can integrate with a team. Many children with learning difficulties are integrated into ordinary schools.3 SCLTOGETHER especially American English to end the practice of separating people of different races in schools, colleges etc syn desegregate opp segregate→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
integrateBus and subway services have been fully integrated.Disabled students are integrated in regular classrooms.Many cities have given up trying to integrate the schools.