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encorporate

Incorrect spelling, explanation: learners of English sometimes use the form encorporate instead of incorporate, but it is incorrect. The mistake probably comes from the pronunciation as the prefix -in often sounds as -en, especially in fast speech.


Correct spelling

incorporate

Correct spelling, explanation: incorporate comes from the word incorporare, which is Latin. Later, however, it evolved and a prefix -in appeared. Initially, corporare was the base word and it had a similar meaning to the one it has now, which is to include something into a bigger piece.

Definition of incorporate:
1. verb – to include something into a larger unit,
The latest improvements have been incorporated into the project.
2. verb – to make a company or an organization a part of a larger, legal corporation,
They functioned as a small family business for years, but after the war they were incorporated.
3. verb – to make something a part of something else,
The project incorporates a few important innovations.

The word incorporate usually comes with the preposition into/in. Incorporation is the noun form, while incorporated is an adjective.


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in-corporate

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incorporrate

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encorperate

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incorperate

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