Correct spelling, explanation: the word has a Latin origin as it comes from the word incorporare. The base of the word is corporare, to which a prefix -in was added. The most essential meaning of the word incorporate refers to introducing something into a larger body. However, it can actually be used in many different contexts.
Definition of incorporate:
1. verb – to become part of a larger body,
The latest data has been incorporated into the project.
2. verb – to make some company or organization a legal corporation,
They incorporated our small family business after World War II.
The verb incorporate is often followed by a preposition into.
Incorporate word family:
Commonly used words that come from this word family include:
1. adjective – incorporated, often appears as an acronym Inc.
Barney & Bings, Inc. is a well-known example of becoming successful in a short period of time.
2. noun – incorporation,
The process of incorporation the data into our system may take a few weeks.
Incorrect spelling, explanation: the form
encorperate is obviously incorrect, we cannot add the prefix -en, but it is a common spelling mistake as in fast speech the prefix -in of incorporate may sound as -en so the users mistakenly think that there is -en instead of -in.
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