Definition of infuse
- infuse the team with confidence
- stem cells were infused into the patient
She has infused her followers with confidence.
He has found ways to infuse new energy into his performances.
She has infused confidence into her followers.
His work is infused with anger.
The tea should be allowed to infuse for several minutes.
You should infuse the tea for several minutes.
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: to cause (a person or thing) to be filled with something (such as a quality)
: to cause (something, such as a quality) to be added or introduced into a person or thing
: to allow something (such as tea or herbs) to stay in a liquid (such as hot water) in order to flavor the liquid
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to lower or disgrace the reputation of
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