Definition of integrated in English:

integrated

adjective

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

    ‘integrated education’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘However, other important changes were coming as Clemson prepared to change from an all-White institution to an integrated institution.’
    • ‘I support the state funding of integrated schools on the proviso that they provide free education, teach the national curriculum and are non-discriminatory.’
    • ‘West of Scotland Catholics cannot be forced into integrated schools.’
    • ‘But it is time to realise that we do not have a choice between political co-operation and integrated schools in the long term.’
    • ‘Twenty-five years on, the Kinana Sugar Company boasts of being the world's largest integrated producer of white sugar.’
    • ‘There are currently 16000 children studying at 47 integrated schools throughout Northern Ireland.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘By the tenth anniversary of Brown only 1.17 percent of black schoolchildren in the eleven former Confederate states were attending integrated schools.’
    • ‘Not my cup of tea but hardly unusual compared to the other integrated schools out there.’
    • ‘A child of the civil rights movement, she attended integrated schools and sends her son to one of the private academies.’
    • ‘But the church was more associated with the liberal Upper West Side and had an integrated congregation.’
    • ‘About 6% of the NI school population is in integrated schools, but some complex patterns are emerging.’
    • ‘But even in integrated schools, blacks still receive an inferior education.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘I think it is possible that the State could develop integrated schools with other faiths in future.’
    • ‘In junior high, she went to an integrated school.’
    • ‘The paper proposes that the Minister be given power to reorganise and close integrated schools, something he cannot currently do.’
    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’
    • ‘My second point relates to the integrated offender management system.’
    • ‘What is needed is an integrated plan that links economic transformation to key areas such as education, health and infrastructure.’
    • ‘Most systems can incorporate an integrated maintenance management program.’
    • ‘A light rail link is of little value unless part of an integrated system.’
    • ‘But recognising the potential for such an emergency medical system does not mean that an integrated coordinated system yet exists.’
    • ‘A better integrated transport system would mean faster and better links with other parts of the country.’
    • ‘The subject capacitor may have multiple capacitor components or aspects thereof in an integrated package.’
    • ‘Cell migration is a dynamic, integrated process that is coordinated both spatially and temporally.’
    • ‘As alluded to above, what is needed is an integrated strategy which links all community services.’
    • ‘Lockhead and First Group are believers in integrated transport links using trains, buses, trolleybuses and trams to increase passenger usage.’
    • ‘He is resolutely behind a modern integrated rail system for the capital.’
    • ‘You would see certain kinds of services that would be an integrated aspect of that user interface.’
    • ‘Connect a hose to the integrated filtration system and fill the 50-gallon water tank from a stream, river, or lake.’
    • ‘The situation demanded an integrated and co-ordinated response, with all joining hands to rid the country of the problem, Themba said.’
    • ‘Songs can be transferred to the handset using a USB connection or the phone's integrated Bluetooth link.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘First, in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, the armed forces had to be unified into an integrated system.’
    • ‘Johnson Controls attempts to make that aspect of choosing integrated security options less daunting.’
    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’
    • ‘Cycles in the integrated graph indicate an inconsistency in locus order.’
    • ‘The integrated density of a background box was subtracted from that of a box encompassing each sample.’
    • ‘From these values the integrated irradiance values are obtained for the desired time interval.’
    • ‘The integrated elasticity of variable is the sum of the direct and indirect effects.’
    • ‘Light conditions were highly variable from late April to August, as indicated by the running average of the integrated radiation.’

Pronunciation:

integrated

/ˈɪntɪɡreɪtɪd/