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integrate

verb [T]  /ˈɪn·təˌɡreɪt/ us  
to end the separation of people by race, sex, national origin, etc., in an organization or in society: Until President Truman integrated the armed forces in 1948, African-American soldiers served in segregated army units. To integrate is also to combine two or more things to make something more effective: We were taught how to integrate computer use into normal classroom procedures.
integration
noun [U]  /ˌɪn·təˈɡreɪ·ʃən/ us  
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