infusion Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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"infusion" in British English

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uk   us   /ɪnˈfjuː.ʒən/

infusion noun (ADDITION)

[C or U] the ​act of ​adding one thing to another to make it ​stronger or ​better: An infusion of $100,000 into the ​company is ​required.

infusion noun (DRINK)

[C] a ​drink made by ​leaving tealeaves or ​herbs in ​hotwater: She ​drinks an infusion of ​herbs.
(Definition of infusion from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"infusion" in American English

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infusionnoun [C]

 us   /ɪnˈfju·ʒən/
an ​inwardflow that ​helps to ​fill something: An infusion of ​funds is ​desperatelyneeded.
(Definition of infusion from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"infusion" in Business English

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infusionnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ɪnˈfjuːʒən/
the ​act of ​providing more ​money or ​resources to make something ​stronger and ​work better: infusion of cash/money/funds Central ​banksacted to calm nervous ​financialmarkets by ​providing an infusion of ​cash into the ​system. a huge/large/​massive infusioninfusion of new/fresh blood Some ​analystsquestioned whether the ​internetcompany could get back on ​track without an infusion of new blood in the ​topranks.
(Definition of infusion from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “infusion”
in Chinese (Simplified) 注入, 灌输, 泡制…
in Turkish demleme, ilave etme, katma…
in Russian вливание, настой…
in Chinese (Traditional) 注入, 灌輸, 泡製…
in Polish zastrzyk…
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