infra infra  /ˈɪnfrə/


  • (adv) (in writing) see below


  1. All physical bodies emit heat in the form of infra-red rays invisible to the human eye.
  2. Maybe the most unlikely thing that Barack Obama has accomplished in the past few months is that he's made infra-structure sexy.
  3. Now Macneil is trying to make it record even the infra-red rays from the stars, to chart a ship's position at night.


  • Isenberg

    Hands-free, hygienic and easy-to use, the German brand Isenberg is bringing its Smart Auto faucet collection to the U.S. The integrated sensor-in-the-spout infra-red technology is placed in the mouth of the faucet to ensure that water does not turn off while being used.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Kitchen and Bath Business


  1. "The inspectors investigating the matters have informed about apparent nexus between the events that have taken place in Satyam and the following companies amongst others -- Maytas Properties Ltd and Maytas Infra Ltd," Gupta added.
    on Jan 19, 2009 By: Prem Chand Gupta Source: Reuters

  2. "Under this Economic Resiliency Plan, which is our stimulus program, we will continue our unprecedented investments," Arroyo said. "I direct key agencies to show solid progress in bidding out and/or implementing major infra and social...
    on Mar 12, 2009 By: President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Source:

  3. "Site sharing is permitted by Indian regulations. And as people build out their networks into more and more rural parts, it makes a lot of economic sense to be engaged in mobile infra site sharing. It's commonly thought about, commonly...
    on Jan 31, 2007 By: Arun Sarin Source:

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