[in-fohl-ding] /ɪnˈfoʊl dɪŋ/
verb (used with object)
verb (used with or without object)
to (def 2–4).
a variant spelling of enfold
[in-fuh-mey-nee-uh, ‐foh‐] /ˌɪn fəˈmeɪ ni ə, ‐foʊ‐/ noun 1. excessive enthusiasm for acquiring knowledge. 2. Digital Technology. /ˌɪnfəʊˈmeɪnɪə/ noun (informal) 1. an obsessive need or desire for factual information 2. an obsession with keeping up to date with one’s emails, text messages, etc noun a continual and excessive quest for acquiring and disseminating knowledge and […]
[in-fuh-mey-nee-ak, ‐foh‐] /ˌɪn fəˈmeɪ niˌæk, ‐foʊ‐/ noun 1. a person who has .
noun any company or Web site that gathers information from various sources, esp. about goods for potential customers; also, a company that gathers information about consumers and markets it to other companies while preserving consumer privacy Examples Infomediaries broker data to customers. Word Origin information + intermediary
[in-fuh-mur-shuh l, -foh-] /ˌɪn fəˈmɜr ʃəl, -foʊ-/ noun, Radio and Television. 1. a long commercial that informs or instructs, especially in an original and entertaining manner: an infomercial on making Christmas decorations using the sponsor’s brand of glue. /ˌɪnfəˈmɜːʃəl/ noun 1. a short film, usually for television, which advertises a product or service in an […]