Definition of integrated in English:

integrated

adjective

  • 1(of an institution, body, etc.) desegregated, especially racially.

    ‘integrated education’
    • ‘There are currently 16000 children studying at 47 integrated schools throughout Northern Ireland.’
    • ‘I think it is possible that the State could develop integrated schools with other faiths in future.’
    • ‘Not my cup of tea but hardly unusual compared to the other integrated schools out there.’
    • ‘About 6% of the NI school population is in integrated schools, but some complex patterns are emerging.’
    • ‘But in a leafy new mixed development of Catholics and Protestants, where most children attend the local integrated school, it is not supposed to happen.’
    • ‘West of Scotland Catholics cannot be forced into integrated schools.’
    • ‘The news that it could be well on the way to having its own integrated school is surely welcome news for a town that has not enjoyed its fair share of good community relations in the past.’
    • ‘By contrast, other religious groups seeking exemption from integrated schools are active participants in both civil society and politics, and seek to influence public policy generally.’
    • ‘A child of the civil rights movement, she attended integrated schools and sends her son to one of the private academies.’
    • ‘However, other important changes were coming as Clemson prepared to change from an all-White institution to an integrated institution.’
    • ‘But it is time to realise that we do not have a choice between political co-operation and integrated schools in the long term.’
    • ‘By the tenth anniversary of Brown only 1.17 percent of black schoolchildren in the eleven former Confederate states were attending integrated schools.’
    • ‘But the church was more associated with the liberal Upper West Side and had an integrated congregation.’
    • ‘But even in integrated schools, blacks still receive an inferior education.’
    • ‘In junior high, she went to an integrated school.’
    • ‘Twenty-five years on, the Kinana Sugar Company boasts of being the world's largest integrated producer of white sugar.’
    • ‘I support the state funding of integrated schools on the proviso that they provide free education, teach the national curriculum and are non-discriminatory.’
    • ‘The paper proposes that the Minister be given power to reorganise and close integrated schools, something he cannot currently do.’
    • ‘He noted that Clark also ran doll tests in integrated schools up North, and got the same or even more dramatic results as he did in segregated schools.’
    • ‘Irreversibly blind adults who cannot be helped through surgery are referred to rehabilitation programmes, while children are encouraged to attend integrated schools.’
    desegregated, non-segregated, unsegregated, racially mixed, racially balanced
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  • 2With various parts or aspects linked or coordinated.

    ‘an integrated public transport system’
    • ‘The situation demanded an integrated and co-ordinated response, with all joining hands to rid the country of the problem, Themba said.’
    • ‘As alluded to above, what is needed is an integrated strategy which links all community services.’
    • ‘What is needed is an integrated plan that links economic transformation to key areas such as education, health and infrastructure.’
    • ‘The subject capacitor may have multiple capacitor components or aspects thereof in an integrated package.’
    • ‘You would see certain kinds of services that would be an integrated aspect of that user interface.’
    • ‘Most systems can incorporate an integrated maintenance management program.’
    • ‘A better integrated transport system would mean faster and better links with other parts of the country.’
    • ‘Lockhead and First Group are believers in integrated transport links using trains, buses, trolleybuses and trams to increase passenger usage.’
    • ‘My second point relates to the integrated offender management system.’
    • ‘He is resolutely behind a modern integrated rail system for the capital.’
    • ‘Cell migration is a dynamic, integrated process that is coordinated both spatially and temporally.’
    • ‘Other interesting aspects of the car are an advanced integrated chassis and dynamic system, improved safety measures and a five-speed automatic gearbox as an option on some models.’
    • ‘Songs can be transferred to the handset using a USB connection or the phone's integrated Bluetooth link.’
    • ‘Johnson Controls attempts to make that aspect of choosing integrated security options less daunting.’
    • ‘A light rail link is of little value unless part of an integrated system.’
    • ‘The directorate will facilitate a more coordinated and integrated move toward Air Force transformation.’
    • ‘There was also a need for sanitation delivery programmes to be linked to municipal integrated development plans.’
    • ‘But recognising the potential for such an emergency medical system does not mean that an integrated coordinated system yet exists.’
    • ‘First, in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, the armed forces had to be unified into an integrated system.’
    • ‘Connect a hose to the integrated filtration system and fill the 50-gallon water tank from a stream, river, or lake.’
    unified, united, consolidated, amalgamated, joined, combined, merged, fused, blended, meshed, coherent, homogeneous, homogenized, mutually dependent, assimilated, cohesive, concatenated
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  • 3Physics
    Indicating the mean value or total sum of a variable quantity of property.

    ‘integrated electron density along the line of sight’
    • ‘The integrated elasticity of variable is the sum of the direct and indirect effects.’
    • ‘Cycles in the integrated graph indicate an inconsistency in locus order.’
    • ‘From these values the integrated irradiance values are obtained for the desired time interval.’
    • ‘The integrated density of a background box was subtracted from that of a box encompassing each sample.’
    • ‘Light conditions were highly variable from late April to August, as indicated by the running average of the integrated radiation.’

Pronunciation:

integrated

/ˈɪntɪɡreɪtɪd/