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integrant

[ in-ti-gruhnt ]
/ ˈɪn tɪ grənt /
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adjective

making up or being a part of a whole; constituent.

noun

an integrant part.
a solid, rigid sheet of building material composed of several layers of the same or of different materials.

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Origin of integrant

1630–40; <Latin integrant- (stem of integrāns) present participle of integrāre to integrate. See integer, -ant
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British Dictionary definitions for integrant

integrant
/ (ˈɪntəɡrənt) /

adjective

part of a whole; integral; constituent

noun

an integrant thing or part
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