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Integrate, integrated
Topic Started: Nov 24 2017, 12:45 PM (204 Views)
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I haven't seen this word in the lexicon, nor the DD. Seems like an obvious one, since it's a foreign word, but what form to settle on?

After taking a gander at this word in different Slavic languages, I would propose such:





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"Ujednotiti" is kinda like German "vereinigen", so it would literally mean "to make one". I see no reason why we can't have both though :D

Jan's explanation is satisfactory though, "integrovati" it is. What about the past participle, the word "integrated"? Would it be "integrovany"? Would it be on its own, or could we put an emphasizing prefix, kinda like in Polish "zintegrowany"? I still sometimes confuse "s" and "iz" in Interslavic, so I'm not even going to guess which one it should be, if any :D
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