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integrate

verb   /ˈɪn.tɪ.ɡreɪt/
to mix with and join society or a group of people, often changing to suit their way of life, habits, and customs integrarse He seems to find it difficult to integrate socially. It’s very difficult to integrate yourself into a society whose culture is so different from your own. Children are often very good at integrating into a new culture.1964
to combine two or more things in order to become more effective integrar You need to integrate exercise into your normal life. The idea with young children is to integrate learning with play.1961
integrated adjective   /-ɡreɪ.tɪd/ integration A noun [no plural]   /ˌɪn.tɪˈɡreɪ.ʃən/
integración racial/cultural integration1961
(Definition of integrate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

integrate

verb /ˈintiɡreit/
to (cause to) mix freely with other groups in society etc integrar(se) Some immigrants do not find it easy to integrate into a new culture.
integration noun
integración the country’s integration into the European Union.
(Definition of integrate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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