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re·in·te·grate

 (rē-ĭn′tĭ-grāt′)
tr.v. re·in·te·grat·ed, re·in·te·grat·ing, re·in·te·grates
To restore to a condition of integration or unity.

re′in·te·gra′tion n.
re·in′te·gra′tive adj.

reintegrate

(riːˈɪntɪˌɡreɪt)
vb
1. to make or be made into a whole again: to reintegrate inner divisions.
2. (often foll by into) to amalgamate or help to amalgamate (a group) with an existing community: reintegrate young homeless people into society.
ˌreinteˈgration n

re•in•te•grate

(riˈɪn təˌgreɪt)
v.t. -grat•ed, -grat•ing.
to restore to a unified state.
[1620–30]
re•in`te•gra′tion, n.

reintegrate


Past participle: reintegrated
Gerund: reintegrating

Imperative
reintegrate
reintegrate
Present
I reintegrate
you reintegrate
he/she/it reintegrates
we reintegrate
you reintegrate
they reintegrate
Preterite
I reintegrated
you reintegrated
he/she/it reintegrated
we reintegrated
you reintegrated
they reintegrated
Present Continuous
I am reintegrating
you are reintegrating
he/she/it is reintegrating
we are reintegrating
you are reintegrating
they are reintegrating
Present Perfect
I have reintegrated
you have reintegrated
he/she/it has reintegrated
we have reintegrated
you have reintegrated
they have reintegrated
Past Continuous
I was reintegrating
you were reintegrating
he/she/it was reintegrating
we were reintegrating
you were reintegrating
they were reintegrating
Past Perfect
I had reintegrated
you had reintegrated
he/she/it had reintegrated
we had reintegrated
you had reintegrated
they had reintegrated
Future
I will reintegrate
you will reintegrate
he/she/it will reintegrate
we will reintegrate
you will reintegrate
they will reintegrate
Future Perfect
I will have reintegrated
you will have reintegrated
he/she/it will have reintegrated
we will have reintegrated
you will have reintegrated
they will have reintegrated
Future Continuous
I will be reintegrating
you will be reintegrating
he/she/it will be reintegrating
we will be reintegrating
you will be reintegrating
they will be reintegrating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reintegrating
you have been reintegrating
he/she/it has been reintegrating
we have been reintegrating
you have been reintegrating
they have been reintegrating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reintegrating
you will have been reintegrating
he/she/it will have been reintegrating
we will have been reintegrating
you will have been reintegrating
they will have been reintegrating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reintegrating
you had been reintegrating
he/she/it had been reintegrating
we had been reintegrating
you had been reintegrating
they had been reintegrating
Conditional
I would reintegrate
you would reintegrate
he/she/it would reintegrate
we would reintegrate
you would reintegrate
they would reintegrate
Past Conditional
I would have reintegrated
you would have reintegrated
he/she/it would have reintegrated
we would have reintegrated
you would have reintegrated
they would have reintegrated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reintegrate - integrate again; "Russia must be reintegrated into Europe"
incorporate, integrate - make into a whole or make part of a whole; "She incorporated his suggestions into her proposal"
Translations

reintegrate

[ˈriːˈɪntɪgreɪt] VTreintegrar; (socially) → reinsertar (into en)

reintegrate

vtwieder eingliedern, wieder or erneut integrieren (→ into in +acc)
References in periodicals archive ?
Head of the reintegration project, Major General Edward Smyth Osbourne, said that the programme is succeeding with the increase in the number of reintegrates from 2,246 to 5,044 and currently there are 900 reintegrates in the process.
In Valencia, a nineteenth-century market has been skilfully revived by Borgos Dance to house a number of new uses; in Vancouver, Bing Thom Architects have brought together an office block, university building and shopping mail; in London's Waterloo de Rijke Marsh Morgan propose a prototype for high density urban living; and Nicholas Grimshaw's revival of Bath Spa tactfully reintegrates a historic structure with the city.
The software reintegrates the modified face with the solid, making styling changes easier to execute.