[in-fi-del-i-tee] /ˌɪn fɪˈdɛl ɪ ti/
noun, plural infidelities.
marital disloyalty; adultery.
lack of religious faith, especially Christian faith.
a breach of trust or a disloyal act; transgression.
noun (pl) -ties
lack of faith or constancy, esp sexual faithfulness
lack of religious faith; disbelief
an act or instance of disloyalty
c.1400, “want of faith, unbelief in religion; false belief, paganism;” also (early 15c.) “unfaithfulness or disloyalty to a person” (originally to a sovereign, by 16c. to a lover or spouse), from French infidélité, from Latin infidelitatem (nominative infidelitas) “unfaithfulness, faithlessness,” noun of quality from infidelis (see infidel).
[in-feeld] /ˈɪnˌfild/ noun 1. Baseball. 2. Track, Horse Racing. the area enclosed by a track. 3. Agriculture. /ˈɪnˌfiːld/ noun 1. (cricket) the area of the field near the pitch Compare outfield 2. (baseball) 3. (agriculture) n. 1733, “the land of a farm which lies nearest the homestead,” from in + field. Baseball diamond sense first […]
[in-feel-der] /ˈɪnˌfil dər/ noun, Baseball. 1. any of the four defensive players stationed around the . /ˈɪnˌfiːldə/ noun 1. a player positioned in the infield
noun, Baseball. 1. a base hit that does not reach the outfield.
noun, Baseball. 1. a put-out recorded by a member of the infield.