/ 5IntIgreIt; `IntE9^ret/ v
[Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (into sth); ~ A and B/~ A with B combine sth in such a way that it becomes fully a part of sth else （将某事物与另一事物结合）构成整体: integrating private schools into the state education system 将私立学校纳入国家教育体系 * The buildings are well integrated with the landscape/The buildings and the landscape are well integrated. 这些建筑物和周围的自然景物相融合, 浑然一体.
[I, Tn, Tn.pr] ~ (sb) (into sth/with sth) (cause sb to) become fully a member of a community, rather than remaining in a separate (esp racial) group （使某人）与社区融合（尤指种族间）: foreign immigrants who don't integrate well 未能完全融入当地社会的外国移民 * integrating black people into a largely white community 使黑人融合进以白人为主的社区. Cf 参看 segregate.
> integrated / -tId; -tId/ adj with various parts fitting well together 各部分配合好的; 综合的; 完整的: an integrated transport scheme, eg including buses, trains, taxis, etc 综合联运计画（如公共汽车﹑ 火车﹑ 计程车等） * an integrated personality, ie sb who is psychologically stable 统合性格（即其人心理状态稳定）.
integration / 9IntI5greIFn; 9IntE`^reFEn/ n [U] ~ (into sth) integrating or being integrated 结合; 综合; 融合: the integration of black children into the school system inthe Southern States of America 美国南方各州准许黑人儿童进入白人学校之事. Cf 参看 segregation (segregate).
# ,integrated `circuit very small electronic circuit(2b) made of a single small piece of semiconductor material (eg a silicon chip), designed to replace a conventional electric circuit of many parts 集成电路.