infrastructurenoun [C usually singular]uk /ˈɪn.frəˌstrʌk.tʃər/ us /-tʃɚ/
- It is a long-term task to rebuild the infrastructure of a war-torn country such as Angola.
- The industry was accused of having invested little in workers, plant or infrastructure.
- The minister is responsible for the country's transport infrastructure.
- More money is needed to maintain the city's infrastructure.
- Improvements are being made to the region's decrepit infrastructure.