Infill meaning

ĭn'fĭl'
The use of vacant land and property within a built-up area for further construction or development.
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A substance or material used to fill in.

A steel structure with an infill of redwood sheathing.

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Of or having to do with the filling in of remaining available space.

An infill housing project uptown.

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To fill in a space, hole or gap.
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That which fills in a space, hole or gap.
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