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integration
American English: /ˌɪn(t)əˈɡreɪʃ(ə)n/
British English: /ɪntɪˈɡreɪʃ(ə)n/

Translation of integration in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • 1 1.1 (incorporation) See examples:integration in ointo something
    integración (feminine) en algo
    Example sentences
    • Economists are not used to analysing the process of European monetary integration in political terms.
    • So, something had to be done to give the process of political integration a shot in the arm.
    • The European constitution was to be the pinnacle of this process, consolidating economic integration and crowning it with political integration.
    1.2 (unification) 1.3 (desegregation)
    Example sentences
    • It is safe to say that our society has benefited from the acceptance and integration of groups which previously suffered from discrimination.
    • In contrast, items on old-fashioned racism ask about open opposition to fair housing laws, integration, intermarriage, and having a black neighbor.
    • We have some concerns about the school, particularly as regards the absence of a head teacher until August and concrete programmes for integration with a wider peer group.
  • 2 (Mathematics)
    Example sentences
    • He also worked on asymptotic analysis, fractional integration and singular partial differential equations.
    • These papers, which appeared in 1858, are on numerical analysis, in particular numerical integration.
    • A simple example of numerical integration is estimating the area of a geometric figure by randomly throwing darts at it and counting the hits and misses.

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