Infusion meaning

ĭn-fyo͝ozhən
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The definition of an infusion is the process of or result of pouring a liquid or substance into something else.

An example of an infusion is the resulting liquid after pouring hot water over coffee grounds.

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The act or process of infusing.
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Something infused or introduced.

An economy in need of regular capital infusions.

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The liquid product obtained by infusing.

Prepared an infusion of medicinal herbs.

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The act or process of infusing.
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Something infused; tincture; admixture.
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The liquid extract that results from steeping a substance in water.
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The introduction of a solution into the body, specif. into a vein.
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The act or process of infusing.
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A product consisting of a liquid which has had other ingredients steeped in it to extract useful qualities.

An extract of rooibos and chamomile makes a refreshing infusion.

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The act of steeping or soaking a substance in liquid so as to extract medicinal or herbal qualities.
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The act of installing a quality into a person.
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Origin of infusion

  • From Old French infusion, from Latin infusio (“a pouring into, a wetting, a dyeing, a flow”), from infundo

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