Definition of reintegration in US English:

reintegration

noun

  • 1The action or process of integrating someone back into society.

    ‘soldiers are beginning the process of reintegration into civil society’
    • ‘She completed her doctorate on the reintegration of demobilized soldiers in Mozambique.’
    • ‘Another problem is the reintegration of students who have studied overseas.’
    • ‘The reintegration of veterans into peacetime society is also important.’
    • ‘Political unification without social reintegration is likely to cause severe conflicts.’
    • ‘Pupil Referral units are to assist in the reintegration of excluded pupils back into mainstream schooling.’
    • ‘A mechanism for reintegration was in place in the form of court-ordered probation.’
    • ‘There is inadequate government support for their reintegration back into the country.’
    • ‘Interventions that target specific aspects of disability assist the child's reintegration into the school environment.’
    • ‘Support will also increase the chance of successful reintegration into the organisation on repatriation.’
    • ‘Numerous community organizations work tirelessly to support the reintegration of people with mental illnesses into our communities.’
    1. 1.1 The action or process of restoring elements regarded as disparate to unity.
      ‘the reintegration of art into everyday life’
      • ‘From 1936 onwards there was a steady reintegration of Irish agriculture into the British market.’
      • ‘The meaning of the past changes as different individuals and groups are confronted with new situations that demand a temporal reintegration of experience.’
      • ‘She wants an ongoing reintegration of humanistic folk and religious values with democratic ideals.’
      • ‘Reintegration with the cityscape would rely on attractive differences rather than soft-edged harmony.’
      • ‘Blake's views on psychic reintegration, heaven and hell, and the transformative power of verse fascinated him.’
      • ‘The last phase is marked by rapid reintegration of the personality and is often accompanied by amnesia.’
      • ‘The image suggests a sardonic reintegration of the natural and human worlds.’
      • ‘Aztec art, with its themes of dismemberment and reintegration, was the inspiration for the fiction of magical realism.’
      • ‘He reported on the reintegration of the region into the West European economy.’
      • ‘The music behind this story exudes an ethos of musical synthesis and reintegration.’

Pronunciation

reintegration

/ˌriˌɪn(t)əˈɡreɪʃ(ə)n//ˌrēˌin(t)əˈɡrāSH(ə)n/