Commentary: INTEGRATION[+event] The act of bringing people of diverse racial, religious, or cultural groups together.
Racial integration has always been a personal goal of mine.
Congress passed a law encouraging integration.
The integration of campus occurred in 1968.
They protested the religious integration of the community.
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 1
Commentary: INTEGRATION[+event] The act of bringing two things (anything except for population groups) together into one entity.
The integration of our Human Resources and our Personnel departments would save a lot of money.
We're working toward the integration of our technology resources.
The integration of Europe into the European Union could have been predicted by long-term trends.
The new-age healer promoted body-mind integration.
Last year saw the integration of the two leagues into one organizing body.
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 2
Commentary: A mathematical operation that determines the integral of a function.
The teacher taught us integration, but I failed the test because I hadn't gone to class.
After performing some simple integration, John calculated the cost of re-tiling his floor.
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 3