verb (used with object)
The old stream beds have been infilled with sediment.
the planned conversion of empty lots, underused or rundown buildings, and other available space in densely built-up urban and suburban areas for use as sites for commercial buildings and housing, frequently as an alternative to overdevelopment of rural areas.
of, relating to, or involving the use of infill in urban planning:
infill condominium projects; infill office buildings and retail space.
the act of filling or closing gaps, etc, in something, such as a row of buildings
material used to fill a cavity, gap, hole, etc
an acrylic gel application that fills in the gap between a false nail and the root of the real nail, which is created as the real nail grows
[in-fil-treyt, in-fil-treyt] /ɪnˈfɪl treɪt, ˈɪn fɪlˌtreɪt/ verb (used with object), infiltrated, infiltrating. 1. to filter into or through; permeate. 2. to cause to pass in by filtering. 3. to move into (an organization, country, territory, or the like) surreptitiously and gradually, especially with hostile intent: The troops infiltrated the enemy lines. 4. to pass a […]
[in-fil-trey-shuh n] /ˌɪn fɪlˈtreɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the act or process of infiltrating. 2. the state of being infiltrated. 3. something that infiltrates; an infiltrate. 4. Military. 5. Geology. the seepage of water into soil or rock. Compare (def 3). noun See urban exploration n. early 15c., “a knitting together,” noun of action from infiltrate. […]
- Infiltration anesthesia
infiltration anesthesia n. See local anesthesia.
noun 1. the maximum rate at which a soil in a given condition will absorb water.