Mathematics Capable of undergoing integration or of being integrated.(adjective)
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Use "integrable" in a sentence
"But a British immigrant is a far more integrable person than an applicant from Romania."
"Delay in human presence not integrable no explanation."
"But they provide a very simple model that in fact is almost trivially integrable - engineers tackle differential equations ten times as hard before breakfast every morning."