[in-fruh-struhk-cher] /ˈɪn frəˌstrʌk tʃər/
the basic, underlying framework or features of a system or organization.
the fundamental facilities and systems serving a country, city, or area, as transportation and communication systems, power plants, and schools.
the military installations of a country.
the basic structure of an organization, system, etc
the stock of fixed capital equipment in a country, including factories, roads, schools, etc, considered as a determinant of economic growth
1887, from French infrastructure (1875); see infra- + structure (n.). The installations that form the basis for any operation or system. Originally in a military sense.
Basic support services for computing, particularly national networks.
See also information superhighway.
- Infratemporal crest
infratemporal crest in·fra·tem·po·ral crest (ĭn’frə-těm’pər-əl, -těm’prəl) n. A rough ridge marking the angle of union of the temporal and infratemporal surfaces of the greater wing of the sphenoid bone.
- Infratemporal fossa
infratemporal fossa n. The cavity on the side of the skull bounded laterally by the zygomatic arch and by the ramus of the mandible. Also called zygomatic fossa.
- Infratrochlear nerve
infratrochlear nerve in·fra·troch·le·ar nerve (ĭn’frə-trŏk’lē-ər) n. A branch of the nasociliary nerve, supplying the skin of the eyelids and the root of the nose.
infraversion in·fra·ver·sion (ĭn’frə-vûr’zhən, -shən) n.