Noun(1) a solution obtained by steeping or soaking a substance (usually in water(2) the process of extracting certain active properties (as a drug from a plant, usually in water(3) (medicine, a fluid or drug or electrolyte, as by gravitational force(4) the act of infusing or introducing a certain modifying element or quality
(1) a four-hour intravenous infusion(2) In recent months, much has been said of the upcoming infusion of games and talent into the console market.(3) A strong infusion of the tea with brewer's yeast treats delayed menses.(4) It was used widely as a medium for the infusion of medicinal herbs.(5) Where's your next talent infusion coming from?(6) The negligible impact of this ever-increasing cash infusion on reading scores is illustrated in this chart.(7) After years of austerity, the Klein government has given the region a huge cash infusion , increasing the amount of money for cardiac surgery by 20 per cent.(8) One week after the second infusion , he developed a limited skin rash, fever, and mouth vesicles and ulcers, suggestive of herpesvirus infection.(9) She bathed his wounds in a steaming infusion of sweet smelling herbs, and as they inhaled the steam, their exhaustion seeped out of their bones.(10) an infusion of youthful talent(11) This rebuilding job will need at least one more season of talent infusion to contend for the playoffs.(12) The Germans' cultural nationalism did not need political infusion ; quite the contrary, it thrived due to its apolitical appeal.(13) This is in addition to the federal government's massive infusion of funds directed primarily at emergency and transitional housing, rather than long-term housing.(14) While small parcels of capacity will keep getting added, significant capacity infusion will happen from the second quarter of 2006 as more projects get completed.(15) This is the first time that such improvement in a chronic neurological disease has occurred following infusion of a growth factor.(16) Originally, in the 17th century, the sugar syrup was made with barley water, an infusion of boiled barley which gave it an agreeable, mild flavour.