below; beneath: infrared
Origin of infra-; from Classical Latin adv. and amp; preposition infra, below: see under
Inferior to, below, or beneath: infrasonic.
Origin of infra-From Latin &imacron;nfra, below; see &nlowring;dher- in Indo-European roots.
- (law) Used to refer to something discussed later.
Borrowed from Latin infra, below
- (civil engineering, informal) Infrastructure.
Shortened form of infrastructure
infra - Legal Definition
See below; referring to the placement of a particular citation or assertion in a text.