[ree-in-tuh-grey-shuh n, ree-in-]
- restoration to a unified state.
- Psychiatry. the process of returning the mind to an integrated state after it has been deranged by psychosis.
- the process of recalling an entire memory from a partial cue, as remembering a speech upon hearing the first few words.
- the tendency to repeat the response to a complex stimulus on later experiencing any part of that stimulus.
Origin of reintegration
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Examples from the Web for reintegration
I do know that reintegration has to be done slowly and carefully.
That seems strange to most, but the reintegration process after war (and especially after capture) is anything but simple.
I think we all agree that after a decade of war, reintegration poses a significant challenge for our troops.Armed Services Members MIA in Presidential Debates, Campaign
October 17, 2012
She has promoted an integrated model of care for victims of trafficking for their rescue and reintegration.2012 Summit: Who's On Stage
March 6, 2012
Afghan media could barely find any individuals on the streets of Kabul who agreed to the reintegration strategy.Desperate for a Taliban Deal?
Michael O'Hanlon, Hassina Sherjan
February 2, 2010
Still the process of disintegration and reintegration proceeded.The Evolution of States
J. M. Robertson
The reintegration of Rome must typify the triumph of mankind.A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)
Mrs. Sutherland Orr
"I'm afraid the reintegration time of Colonel Johns is running out and he must return to his own time," the professor went on.The Ordeal of Colonel Johns
George H. Smith
He says that the suture insures the reintegration of the nerve much better.Medieval Medicine</p>
James J. (James Joseph) Walsh
Word Origin and History for reintegration
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Restoration to a condition of integration or unity.
- The return to well-adjusted functioning following mental illness.
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