Integral [adjective]

Definition of Integral:

necessary, basic

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Sentence/Example of Integral:

Much like Salesforce president and COO Bret Taylor told TechCrunch recently, that platform approach has been an integral part of its success, and Levie sees it similarly for Box.

In one recent high-profile case, the USPIS was integral to bringing down the online drug site known as the Silk Road.

Researchers use computers to essentially guess at millions of relationships and laboriously extract the combinations of integrals that matter.

You will also work with our producer and host, Galen Druke, every week, playing an integral role in what goes on the air.

Both might be integral in generating energy from the manganese or one could be the main driver.

A reputed and trustworthy influencer is integral to the success of a new and upcoming business venture.

Search plays an integral role in every stage of the marketing funnel – not just at the top.

I knew that he knew that I am on a mission to make data fluency an integral component of high-school math.

Those are things that are integral to doing our best work as policy makers.

This tube T therefore becoming an integral part of the block itself.