Integral-, integral, integriert, wesentlich, ganzheitlich, vollständig, vollkommenIntegral
Noun(1) the result of a mathematical integration; F(x, x, x
Adjective(1) existing as an essential constituent or characteristic(2) constituting the undiminished entirety; lacking nothing essential especially not damaged(3) of or denoted by an integer
(1) Reputations aside, looking the part has certainly been integral to this almost episodic drama, at least as it's unfolded in the media.(2) As a result, many major manufacturers are equipping their firearms with integral locking devices or including trigger locks with every firearm.(3) He has the speed, patience and quick burst necessary to make the cutback runs that are integral to the offense.(4) Thus, they serve more as an accompaniment rather than an integral part of the book.(5) Its core principle is that the teacher is integral not separate from his or her teaching, making the experience holistic.(6) It also includes an integral altitude warning system to avoid deviations.(7) Logistic companies now form an integral part of the supply chain of any efficient business.(8) The branches are not just appendages; they are integral to the whole.(9) He says one of those ├ö├ç├┐bite your thumb├ö├ç├û lines so integral to the whole adolescent love story.(10) It is also rooted in a people's culture, and integral to their structure of thought.(11) They seem to be thrown in as an afterthought, rather than as an integral portion of the story.(12) The same has been known to happen with the small keys that operate gun locks, whether they are separate or integral .(13) A telecoms worker, for example, is both productive in providing a vital service and is also integral to the handling of information.(14) Now, of course, the composer appears on even major labels with some regularity, and there have been several integral recordings of the symphonies.(15) Heat pump water heaters can be purchased as integral units with built in water storage tanks or as add-ons that can be retrofitted to an existing water heater tank.(16) Another analysis topic he studied was non-linear integral equations.
(1) integral part :: Bestandteil
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Different Formsintegral, integrally, integrals
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