Definition of reintegrate in English:

reintegrate

Syllabification: re·in·te·grate
Pronunciation: /rēˈin(t)əˌɡrāt
 
/

verb

[with object]
1Restore (elements regarded as disparate) to unity.
More example sentences
  • Their story reintegrates the human element into this struggle and illustrates the soldier's world from their own perspective.
  • It is a naive mistake, however, to suppose that the Renaissance restored or reintegrated classical culture, or in any sense reunited classical signifiers with their classical signifieds.
  • Let's talk about another point that was made on here as well - or another idea that you talked about last night, reintegrating the public school system.
1.1Restore to a position as a part fitting easily into a larger whole: it can be difficult for an offender to be reintegrated into the community
More example sentences
  • ‘The aim is to ensure the child is reintegrated into school,’ he said.
  • The aim for everyone involved is to ensure the child is reintegrated into school successfully.
  • But more than drop-in centres, Leduc says, mentally ill people need to be reintegrated into society.

Derivatives

reintegration

Pronunciation: /ˌrēintəˈɡrāSHən/
noun
More example sentences
  • If you keep the prisoner in until the end of their sentence, then you haven't done anything to prepare them for their reintegration,’ he says.
  • He added: ‘The movement of prisoners to an open prison is to help prepare for a smoother reintegration when they are released on parole.’
  • ‘I have specifically asked the task force to consider measures to encourage and facilitate their return to, and reintegration into, Ireland,’ he said.

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