English words and Examples of Usage

use "integrate" in a sentence

Spectrum Accelerate will integrate with OpenStack and VMware vCloud.

Birner's goal is to help asylum seekers integrate into German society.

The committee plans to help the families integrate into life in Montreal.

If we’re being honest, not everybody has figured out how to integrate them.

If people can meet the standards, then we should be able to integrate them.

Easing access to the job market will help them integrate quicker, they say.

"We should integrate school mental health perspective to antibully campaigns.

The profession needs to integrate new technologies to bring about this new era.

"We would be able to accommodate and integrate a good 350,000 refugees in 2016.

Indeed, this video would integrate nicely into a one-hour group training module.

SPIEGEL ONLINE: Are we prepared as a society to integrate so many Syrian refugees?

Others, while modestly profitable, didn’t integrate properly with Lego’s core products.

Help your father integrate the past and present with an ION ICade Arcade Cabinet For IPad.

That was hard, but I wanted to integrate and I wanted that vocational training spot.

I also feel personally I am not ready to integrate back into society, I am not ready.

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