Meaning of INTEGRAL in English

INTEGRAL

adjective

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

an integral garage (= part of a house and not a separate building )

The house has huge gardens and an integral garage.

an integral part (= a necessary part of the whole thing )

These workshops are an integral part of the course.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

as

The various roles of agriculture will have to be seen as integral aspects of the broader rural, national and international economy.

■ NOUN

element

And in all this the enquirer's subjectivity is an integral element of the enquiry.

With vineyards reaching into the town, wine is an integral element to any Stuttgart meal.

So an integral element in the life of the great city became the daily weekday ingress and exodus of commuters.

part

It enables borders to be woven as an integral part of the carpet allowing continuation of the design without mitred corners.

Fear is an integral part of individual and organizational life.

Thus, banks suggest that each private key password also be used as an integral part of the encryption algorithm.

However, they are an integral part of the course and as such are also for use by individual readers.

An integral part of this global project is its feminist goal.

An exception is in those curricula where it is an integral part of a course of liturgical studies.

The notes on pages 38 to 54 form an integral part of the accounts.

Music is an integral part of life and ritual in the Andes.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Music should be an integral part of children's education.

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