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Definition of integrated

1 : marked by the unified control of all aspects of production from raw materials through distribution of finished products
2 : characterized by integration and especially racial integration

Examples of integrated in a Sentence

an integrated system of hospitals
Recent Examples on the Web The research suggests that making voice assistants sound more human is crucial if Amazon, as well as competitors Google and Apple, want to become more integrated into people's homes. Irina Ivanova, CBS News, "Amazon's Alexa can now imitate human emotions," 27 Nov. 2019 Economically, Oyu Tolgoi and its district are far more integrated with China than with Ulaanbaatar. The Economist, "Mongolia seeks better terms for its vast mining project," 26 Nov. 2019 Apple is, of course, still including integrated Intel graphics (Intel UHD Graphics 630) and employing automatic graphics switching to maximize battery life. Samuel Axon, Ars Technica, "Apple introduces a redesigned, thicker MacBook Pro," 13 Nov. 2019 Instead, faculty will work with each other and students in a more fully integrated way., "Most read on," 17 Oct. 2019 Google Assistant is more capable and more deeply integrated than ever, extending a lead on Apple’s Siri voice assistant and Samsung’s Bixby. Los Angeles Times, "Google packs new Pixel phones with AI and cameras in iPhone retort," 15 Oct. 2019 The entry-level Core i3 chip sticks to more humble UHD integrated graphics. Brad Chacos, PCWorld, "The Surface Pro 7 finally adds USB-C," 2 Oct. 2019 Any new-age home wouldn’t be complete without an integrated technology system, and this property is no exception. Amanda Molitor, The Denver Post, "Discover some of Denver’s designer homes just in time for Denver Fashion Week," 7 Nov. 2019 While some parts of Windows can likely be extensively tested as isolated, standalone components, many parts can only be usefully tested when treated as integrated parts of a complete system. Peter Bright, Ars Technica, "Microsoft’s problem isn’t how often it updates Windows—it’s how it develops it," 20 Oct. 2018

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First Known Use of integrated

1922, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of integrated was in 1922

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2 Dec 2019

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“Integrated.” The Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., Accessed 10 December 2019.

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English Language Learners Definition of integrated

: having different parts working together as a unit
: allowing all types of people to participate or be included : not segregated



Legal Definition of integrated

1 : composed to form a complete or coordinated entity specifically : being a final and complete expression of an agreement that cannot be contradicted or modified by extrinsic evidence an integrated writing
2 : marked by the unified control of all aspects of industrial production from raw materials through distribution of finished products integrated companies integrated production
3 : characterized by integration and especially racial integration integrated schools an integrated society

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