- to form into a legal corporation.
- to put or introduce into a body or mass as an integral part or parts: to incorporate revisions into a text.
- to take in or include as a part or parts, as the body or a mass does: His book incorporates his earlier essay.
- to form or combine into one body or uniform substance, as ingredients.
- to embody: His book incorporates all his thinking on the subject.
- to form into a society or organization.
- to form a legal corporation.
- to unite or combine so as to form one body.
- legally incorporated, as a company.
- combined into one body, mass, or substance.
- Archaic. embodied.
Origin of incorporate1
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Examples from the Web for incorporating
So far, incorporating technology into our work has made us less efficient while failing to improve patient care.Can Fitbit Data Save Lives?
August 26, 2014
More people are open to the idea of incorporating yoga into their overall healthcare routine.Yoga Is Good for You. But Is It Medicine?
June 27, 2014
For centuries, European composers played with the idea of incorporating bird song into their music.For the Birds! – and Art Lovers
December 10, 2013
As for incorporating some of the Herrera models in his music videos?Carolina Herrera's Geometry Lesson
September 9, 2013
Instead, he was more of a magpie, listening to what came before and incorporating it into his own inimitable music.J.J. Cale, Dead at 74, Was a Songwriter Beyond Compare
July 30, 2013
They were incorporating in his body, returning to their parent body!Hellhounds of the Cosmos
Clifford Donald Simak
Is that a sufficient reason for incorporating it with his works?
But not until all plans about the incorporating of the two companies were perfected.Polly and Eleanor
Lillian Elizabeth Roy
They do it now by incorporating in other States and carrying on business in this State.
Letters patent were issued, incorporating the company, in August 1717.Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions
- linguistics another word for polysynthetic
- to include or be included as a part or member of a united whole
- to form or cause to form a united whole or mass; merge or blend
- to form (individuals, an unincorporated enterprise, etc) into a corporation or other organization with a separate legal identity from that of its owners or members
- combined into a whole; incorporated
- formed into or constituted as a corporation
- an archaic word for incorporeal
Word Origin and History for incorporating
late 14c., "to put (something) into the body or substance of (something else)," from Late Latin incorporatus, past participle of incorporare "unite into one body," from Latin in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + corpus (genitive corporis) "body" (see corporeal). Meaning "to legally form a body politic" is from 1460s. Related: Incorporated; incorporating.