|Origin:||, past participle of integrare, from integer; INTEGER|
in‧te‧grate [intransitive and transitive]
if two or more things integrate, or if you integrate them, they combine or work together in a way that makes something more effective
integrate (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 other
to become part of a group or society and be accepted by them, or to help someone do this
integrate (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 especially American English
to end the practice of separating people of different races in schools, colleges etc [= desegregate; ≠ segregate]