Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) add or include something as part of something else
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incorporate customer feedback into the new design
The verb to incorporate means to unite or combine something with something else in order to produce a mass or one body. To incorporate in a business context can mean to form into a legal corporation or entity. To incorporate can also mean to embody something.
Social Examples (Basic)
The book incorporates elements of science fiction and horror.
The new development incorporates residential buildings with green spaces and recreational areas for people in the town.
Professional Examples (Basic)
The feedback we have received from our customer survey has been incorporated into the latest design of the product.
George has been looking at ways of incorporating technology into his teaching, as he feels it is something his students would respond better to than traditional methods.
I made a number of suggestions about what should be included in the new guidelines, but I don't think that they will incorporate any of them.
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