integrar


integrar
v.
1 to integrate (gen) & (Mat).
2 to make up.
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integrar
verbo transitivo
1 (formar) to make up
¿qué países integran las Naciones Unidas? which countries make up the United Nations?
2 (ayudar a la integración) to integrate, fit in
es un grupo difícil de integrar en nuestra sociedad it's a group which is to integrate into our society
verbo pronominal integrarse
1 to integrate
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FRASEOLOGÍA
integrarse en un país to become integrated into a country
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verb
to integrate
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1. VT
1) (=componer) to make up

la exposición la integran 150 fotografías — the exhibition is made up of 150 photographs

una enciclopedia integrada por 12 volúmenes — an encyclopaedia consisting of 12 volumes

2) (=incorporar) [+ funciones, servicios] to incorporate, include

este programa integra diversas funciones — this program incorporates o includes various functions

han integrado bien los muebles en el resto de la decoración — they have integrated o incorporated the furniture very well into the rest of the decor

integrar a algn en algo — to integrate sb into sth

un programa para integrar a los presos en el mercado laboral — a programme to integrate prisoners into the labour market

quieren integrar a su club en la federación deportiva — they want their club to become a member of o join the sports federation

3) (Mat) to integrate
4) (Econ) (=reembolsar) to repay, reimburse; Cono Sur (=pagar) to pay up
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) (formar) <grupo/organización> to make up

los países que integran la organización — the countries which make up the organization

2) (incorporar) <idea/plan> to incorporate
3) (Mat, Sociol) to integrate

para integrar al niño en el grupo — to integrate the child into the group

4) (CS) <suma/cantidad> to pay
2.
integrarse v pron
a) (asimilarse) to integrate, fit in

integrarse a or en algo — to integrate into something, fit into something

b) (unirse)

integrarse a or en algo — to join something

integrarse a la CE — to join the EC

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= absorb, encompass, integrate, mainstream, fit together, interweave, mesh, plug into, bring + Nombre + into the matter, populate, embed [imbed, -USA].
Ex. For the majority, however, IT was regarded as simply another topic to absorb into syllabuses.
Ex. The classification schemes that have been considered so far are general bibliographic classification schemes in that they attempt to encompass all of knowledge.
Ex. The acquisitions system integrates data from the Online Union Catalogue with local order and fund data, thus improving order processing and providing current accounting information.
Ex. This article describes the philosophy of some of the practical techniques used to achieve the goal of mainstreaming CD-ROMs into the library collection.
Ex. The narrative may be unfamiliar in its structure so that they are unsure about the way different elements of the story fit together.
Ex. Information services should also be interwoven with the social fabric and firmly rooted in a commuity in order to be acceptable.
Ex. Meshing together the many means of communication remains the central task of libraries and this task continues to require financial support = La tarea central de las bibliotecas sigue siendo la de combinar los númerosos medios de comunicación, algo que continúa necesitando apoyo económico.
Ex. In addition, when the heuristic approach is plugged into this interchange, the many additional facets of human personality and experience transform the exchange.
Ex. This article explains how the epistolatory aspect of the books was exploited by the librarian in encouraging interest in the stories and how the children's craft work was brought into the matter (making rag dolls of the characters).
Ex. One way librarians can add value is by carefully selecting, evaluating, and describing the resources that populate their Internet collections.
Ex. String searching is a technique for locating a string of characters, even if it is embedded within a larger term.
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* integrar en = merge into, lump + Nombre + into.
* integrar formando un todo = articulate.
* integrarse con = interface to/with, become + one with.
* integrarse en = blend into, blend in with.
* integrarse en el paisaje = blend into + the landscape.
* integrarse en la sociedad = integrate into + society.
* poderse integrar en = be integrable in.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) (formar) <grupo/organización> to make up

los países que integran la organización — the countries which make up the organization

2) (incorporar) <idea/plan> to incorporate
3) (Mat, Sociol) to integrate

para integrar al niño en el grupo — to integrate the child into the group

4) (CS) <suma/cantidad> to pay
2.
integrarse v pron
a) (asimilarse) to integrate, fit in

integrarse a or en algo — to integrate into something, fit into something

b) (unirse)

integrarse a or en algo — to join something

integrarse a la CE — to join the EC

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= absorb, encompass, integrate, mainstream, fit together, interweave, mesh, plug into, bring + Nombre + into the matter, populate, embed [imbed, -USA].

Ex: For the majority, however, IT was regarded as simply another topic to absorb into syllabuses.

Ex: The classification schemes that have been considered so far are general bibliographic classification schemes in that they attempt to encompass all of knowledge.
Ex: The acquisitions system integrates data from the Online Union Catalogue with local order and fund data, thus improving order processing and providing current accounting information.
Ex: This article describes the philosophy of some of the practical techniques used to achieve the goal of mainstreaming CD-ROMs into the library collection.
Ex: The narrative may be unfamiliar in its structure so that they are unsure about the way different elements of the story fit together.
Ex: Information services should also be interwoven with the social fabric and firmly rooted in a commuity in order to be acceptable.
Ex: Meshing together the many means of communication remains the central task of libraries and this task continues to require financial support = La tarea central de las bibliotecas sigue siendo la de combinar los númerosos medios de comunicación, algo que continúa necesitando apoyo económico.
Ex: In addition, when the heuristic approach is plugged into this interchange, the many additional facets of human personality and experience transform the exchange.
Ex: This article explains how the epistolatory aspect of the books was exploited by the librarian in encouraging interest in the stories and how the children's craft work was brought into the matter (making rag dolls of the characters).
Ex: One way librarians can add value is by carefully selecting, evaluating, and describing the resources that populate their Internet collections.
Ex: String searching is a technique for locating a string of characters, even if it is embedded within a larger term.
* integrar en = merge into, lump + Nombre + into.
* integrar formando un todo = articulate.
* integrarse con = interface to/with, become + one with.
* integrarse en = blend into, blend in with.
* integrarse en el paisaje = blend into + the landscape.
* integrarse en la sociedad = integrate into + society.
* poderse integrar en = be integrable in.

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integrar [A1 ]
vt
A (formar) ‹grupo/organización› to make up
integran el jurado actores y directores the jury is made up of o composed of actors and directors
la comisión está integrada por representantes de ambos países the commission is made up of o comprises representatives from both countries
los países que integran la organización the countries which make up o form the organization
B (incorporar) integrar algo/a algn A or EN algo:
ha conseguido integrar todos estos elementos en la película she has managed to incorporate all these elements into the movie
estos dos bancos se han integrado al grupo Tecribe these two banks have been incorporated into o have become part of the Tecribe group
una empresa integrada en el grupo Oriol a company which forms part of the Oriol group
para integrar al niño en el grupo to integrate the child into the group
C (Mat) to integrate
D (CS) ‹suma/cantidad› to pay
integrarse
v pron
1 (asimilarse) to integrate, fit in integrarse A or EN algo to integrate INTO sth, fit INTO sth
le fue difícil integrarse a or en esa sociedad he found it difficult to integrate into that society o fit into that society
se va a integrar muy rápido al or en el equipo he'll fit into the team very quickly
2 (unirse) integrarse A or EN algo to join sth
cuando España se integró a la Comunidad Europea when Spain joined the European Community
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integrar (conjugate integrar) verbo transitivo
1 (formar) ‹grupo/organizaciónto make up
2 (incorporar) ‹idea/planto incorporate
3 (Mat, Sociol) to integrate
4 (CS) ‹suma/cantidadto pay
integrarse verbo pronominal
a) (asimilarse) to integrate, fit in;

integrarse a or en algo to integrate into sth, fit into sth
b) (unirse) integrarse a or en algo to join sth

integrar vtr (componer, formar parte de) to compose, make up: cinco científicos y un filósofo integran la expedición, the expedition consists of five scientists and one philosopher
'integrar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
incorporar
English:
integrate
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integrar
vt
1. [incluir] to integrate;
han integrado un chip en el motor the motor has a chip built into it;
integra fax y fotocopiadora en un solo aparato it combines a fax and a photocopier in one machine;
su objetivo es integrar a los inmigrantes en la comunidad their aim is to integrate immigrants into the community
2. [componer] to make up;
integran la comisión expertos en el tema the committee is made up of o composed of experts on the subject;
una banda integrada por siete asaltantes robó el banco a gang of seven robbed the bank
3. Mat to integrate
4. CSur [pagar] to pay
See also the pronominal verb integrarse
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integrar
v/t integrate; equipo make up
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integrar vt
: to make up, to compose
See also the reflexive verb integrarse

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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