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  • 21infuse — /ɪnˈfjuz / (say in fyoohz) verb (t) (infused, infusing) 1. to steep or soak (a plant, etc.) in a liquid so as to extract its soluble properties or ingredients. 2. Cookery to boil slowly in a solution. 3. to pour in. –phrase 4. infuse into, to… …

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  • 22Infuse — In medicine, to introduce a solution into the body through a vein. An infusion is the therapeutic introduction of a fluid other than blood into a vein. The infused fluid might, for example, be a saline (salt) solution. * * * in·fuse in fyüz vb,… …

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  • 23infuse — infuser, n. /in fyoohz /, v., infused, infusing. v.t. 1. to introduce, as if by pouring; cause to penetrate; instill (usually fol. by into): The energetic new principal infused new life into the school. 2. to imbue or inspire (usually fol. by… …

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  • 24infuse — in•fuse [[t]ɪnˈfyuz[/t]] v. fused, fus•ing 1) to introduce, as if by pouring; cause to penetrate; instill (usu. fol. by into): to infuse new life into a dying industry[/ex] 2) to imbue or inspire (usu. fol. by with): The new coach infused the… …

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  • 25infuse — v. 1 tr. (usu. foll. by with) imbue; pervade (anger infused with resentment). 2 tr. steep (herbs, tea, etc.) in liquid to extract the content. 3 tr. (usu. foll. by into) instil (grace, spirit, life, etc.). 4 intr. undergo infusion (let it infuse… …

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  • 26infuse — verb a) To cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill. b) To steep in a liquid, so as to extract the soluble constituents (usually medicinal or herbal) …

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  • 27infuse — Synonyms and related words: animate, bathe, beat into, besprinkle, brainwash, breathe, brew, catechize, colliquate, color, concentrate, condition, cut, decoagulate, decoct, deliquesce, diffuse, dissolve, distill, douche, dredge, drench, drouk,… …

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  • 28infuse — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. steep, soak; introduce, implant, instill; tinge, imbue; pour into, mix in. See mixture, insertion. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To instill] Syn. inspire, introduce, implant, imbue; see instill . 2. [To… …

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  • 29infuse — in·fuse || ɪn fjuːz v. instill, fill with, ingrain; inspire; steep in a liquid to extract certain ingredients …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 30infuse — verb 1》 fill with a quality: a play infused with humour.     ↘instil with (a quality). 2》 soak (tea, herbs, etc.) to extract the flavour or healing properties. 3》 Medicine allow (a liquid) to flow into a vein or tissue. Derivatives infuser noun… …

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  • 31infuse — v. n. 1. Instil, ingraft, implant, inspire, breathe into, introduce, inculcate. 2. Introduce, diffuse, shed. 3. Steep (in liquor), macerate …

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  • 32infuse — v 1. saturate, imbue, permeate, souse, drown, inundate, pervade; immerse, immerge, dip, dunk, submerse, submerge, drench; soak, bathe, steep, tincture, tinge, macerate, fortify, season, flavor, Inf. lace. 2. inculcate, instill, infix, implant,… …

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  • 33infuse — in·fuse …

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  • 34infuse — [ɪnˈfjuːz] verb [T] to give someone or something a particular quality Her paintings are infused with a natural strength.[/ex] …

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  • 35infuse courage — index reassure Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 36infuse funds — index invest (fund) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 37infuse life into — index foment Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 38infuse blood into — give a blood infusion …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 39infuse new blood into — transfuse blood into …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 40Avoir la science infuse — ● Avoir la science infuse prétendre savoir quelque chose sans avoir besoin d étudier …

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