Definition of integrative in English:

integrative

Syllabification: in·te·gra·tive
Pronunciation: /-ˌɡrātiv
 
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adjective

1Serving or intending to unify separate things: an integrative approach to learning
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  • India's Muslims themselves have to find the answers to find visionary and bold leaders who have more integrative approaches to the nation and who can impel them towards modernity.
  • Plant growth analysis is an explanatory, holistic and integrative approach to interpreting plant form and function.
  • I feel an integrative approach to health is necessary, as after all we have a physical body and an energy body.
1.1 Medicine Combining allopathic and complementary therapies: a database for the integrative physician integrative medicine
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  • Always ask your child's doctor before trying any type of alternative medicine (also known as complementary or integrative medicine).
  • As we look to the future of integrative medicine we ought not to expect all the physicians to come onboard, no matter how strong the evidence for any particular therapy proves to be.
  • But I think integrative medicine has much to offer in terms of general cancer protection.

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