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integrate

verb
 
 
/ˈɪntɪɡreɪt/
[T] to combine two or more things into one: integrate sth with sth We're planning to integrate the sales department with the marketing department.integrate sth into sth We need to develop an online shopping application and integrate it into our website.
[I or T] to become part of a group of people: Her work's good and she seems to have integrated socially.integrate sb into sth Our induction program helps new staff members to integrate themselves into the team.integrate with sth Dave seems to be finding it hard to integrate with his colleagues.
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