Integrating [verb]

Definition of Integrating:

mix, merge

Opposite/Antonyms of Integrating:

Sentence/Example of Integrating:

More importantly, a 20-mile ride is elastic in that, despite being compact enough to integrate into your 17 waking hours, it gives you plenty to play with in terms of duration and intensity.

Voi, a Swedish e-scooter manufacturer, integrated Luna’s computer vision system into 50 of its e-scooters.

“Run Me to Earth,” by Paul YoonThough presented as a novel, this tightly integrated collection of six stories begins in the bombed-out shell of 1960s Laos, then jumps across decades and continents as characters ricochet around the world.

Like governors, these neurons manage a semi-dedicated region, so that any signal they transfer to the higher-ups—spinal cord and brain—is actually integrated from multiple sensors across a large distance.

Scenarios can also integrate a range of risk-mitigation strategies to test which would be most effective.

It’s engaging with and listening to feedback from the adtech industry and recently announced Dovekey, an iteration of their original TURTLEDOVE proposal that integrates parts of Criteo’s own SPARROW proposal.

If robots are to integrate seamlessly into our world, they’ll have to do the same.

To figure out how long he was running for, you had to integrate this speed over time — yes, you needed calculus — and you had to set that equal to 20, his distance in miles.

One provision will expand JROTC and implement a plan to establish at least 6,000 units, doubling the current corps, by 2031, while the other provision will integrate more STEM education to make the curriculum applicable and competitive.

EveryoneSocial and DSMN8 are integrated with Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, but neither has a TikTok feature yet.