English translation of 'integrar'
1. to unite, combine
2. (completar) to form, make up
3. (mathematics, raças) to integrate
integrar-se reflexive verb
to become complete
integrar-se em or a algo (juntar-se) to join sth; (adaptar-se) to integrate into sth
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'integrar' in Other Languages
British English: join /dʒɔɪn/ VERB
become a member of If you join a group of people, you become one of the group.
He joined the Army five years ago.
We must join together to build a new community.
- American English: join
- Arabic: يَنْضَمُّ إلى
- Brazilian Portuguese: juntar-se
- Chinese: 加入
- Croatian: pridružiti se
- Czech: přidat seke komu
- Danish: melde sig
- Dutch: lid worden van
- European Spanish: unirse a
- Finnish: liittyä
- French: adhérer à
- German: beitreten
- Greek: εγγράφομαι
- Italian: unirsi
- Japanese: ･･･に入る
- Korean: 가입하다
- Norwegian: tilslutte
- Polish: dołączyć
- European Portuguese: integrar
- Romanian: a se alătura
- Russian: вступить
- Spanish: unirse
- Swedish: gå med i
- Thai: เข้าร่วม
- Turkish: katılmak
- Ukrainian: приєднуватися
- Vietnamese: gia nhập
British English: integrate VERB
If someone integrates into a social group, or is integrated into it, they become part of the group or are accepted into it.
He didn't integrate successfully into the village way of life.
Translation of integrar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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