[ in-ti-grey-tid ]
/ ˈɪn tɪˌgreɪ tɪd /


combining or coordinating separate elements so as to provide a harmonious, interrelated whole: an integrated plot; an integrated course of study.
organized or structured so that constituent units function cooperatively: an integrated economy.
having, including, or serving members of different racial, religious, and ethnic groups as equals: an integrated school.Compare segregated.
Sociology. of or relating to a group or society whose members interact on the basis of commonly held norms or values.
Psychology. characterized by integration.

Nearby words

  1. integralism,
  2. integrand,
  3. integrant,
  4. integraph,
  5. integrate,
  6. integrated bar,
  7. integrated circuit,
  8. integrated data processing,
  9. integrated fire control,
  10. integrated optics

Origin of integrated

First recorded in 1580–90; integrate + -ed2

Related formsnon·in·te·grat·ed, adjectiveun·in·te·grat·ed, adjectivewell-in·te·grat·ed, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

British Dictionary definitions for non-integrated


/ (ˈɪntɪˌɡreɪtɪd) /


characterized by integration
denoting a works which combines various processes normally carried out at different locationsan integrated steelworks
biology denoting a virus the DNA of which is incorporated into the chromosomes of the host cell
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Word Origin and History for non-integrated



1580s, "combined into a whole," past participle adjective from integrate (v.). Sense of "not divided by race, etc." is from 1948.

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