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integration

[in-ti-grey-shuhn]
noun
1.
an act or instance of combining into an integral whole.
2.
an act or instance of integrating a racial, religious, or ethnic group.
3.
an act or instance of integrating an organization, place of business, school, etc.
4.
Mathematics. the operation of finding the integral of a function or equation, especially solving a differential equation.
5.
behavior, as of an individual, that is in harmony with the environment.
6.
Psychology. the organization of the constituent elements of the personality into a coordinated, harmonious whole.
7.
Genetics. coadaptation ( def 2 ).

Origin:
1610–20; integrate + -ion; compare Latin integrātiō renewal

anti-integration, adjective
de-integration, noun
nonintegration, noun
prointegration, adjective
self-integration, noun


1. combination, blending, fusing.
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integration (ˌɪntɪˈɡreɪʃən)
 
n
1.  the act of combining or adding parts to make a unified whole
2.  the act of amalgamating a racial or religious group with an existing community
3.  the combination of previously racially segregated social facilities into a nonsegregated system
4.  psychol organization into a unified pattern, esp of different aspects of the personality into a hierarchical system of functions
5.  the assimilation of nutritive material by the body during the process of anabolism
6.  maths an operation used in calculus in which the integral of a function or variable is determined; the inverse of differentiation
 
integrationist
 
n

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integration
1610s, from L. integrationem, noun of action from integrare (see integrate). Anti-discrimination sense is recorded from 1940.
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integration in·te·gra·tion (ĭn'tĭ-grā'shən)
n.

  1. The state of combination or the process of combining into completeness and harmony.

  2. The organization of the psychological or social traits and tendencies of a personality into a harmonious whole.

  3. A physiological increase or building up, as by accretion or anabolism.

  4. A recombination event in which a genetic element is inserted.

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integration   (ĭn'tĭ-grā'shən)  Pronunciation Key 
In calculus, the process of calculating an integral. Integration is the inverse of differentiation, since integrating a given function results in a function whose derivative is the given function. Integration is used in the calculation of such things as the areas and volumes of irregular shapes and solids. Compare differentiation.
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integration definition


The free association of people from different racial and ethnic backgrounds (see ethnicity); a goal of the civil rights movement to overcome policies of segregation that have been practiced in the United States.

Note: Those favoring integration of schools by such forceful means as busing or affirmative action have frequently argued that integration of schools will lead to integration of society as a whole. (See separate but equal.)
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