integrar

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Borrowed from Latin integrāre, present active infinitive of integrō. Compare the doublet entregar.

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integrar (first-person singular present integro, past participle integrat)

  1. to integrate

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin integrāre, present active infinitive of integrō. Compare the doublets entregar and inteirar.

VerbEdit

integrar (first-person singular present indicative integro, past participle integrado)

  1. (transitive) to make up; to compose
  2. (transitive) to complete
  3. (mathematics, transitive) to integrate

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin integrāre, present active infinitive of integrō. Compare the doublets entregar (to deliver) and enterar (to inform, ascertain). Cognate with English integrate.

VerbEdit

integrar (first-person singular present integro, first-person singular preterite integré, past participle integrado)

  1. to integrate, to embed, to incorporate, to include
  2. to make up, to compose
  3. to mainstream
  4. (reflexive) to join (+ a or en) (i.e. to become part of a greater whole) (often used in business, global and political situations)
    Bulgaria se integró a la Unión Europea en 2007.
    Bulgaria joined the European Union in 2007.
  5. (reflexive) to fit in (+ a or en if there is an object)

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