interfuse


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interfuse

(ˌɪntəˈfjuːz)
vb
1. to diffuse or mix throughout or become so diffused or mixed; intermingle
2. to blend or fuse or become blended or fused
ˌinterˈfusion n

in•ter•fuse

(ˌɪn tərˈfyuz)

v. -fused, -fus•ing. v.t.
1. to intersperse, intermingle, or permeate with something.
2. to blend or fuse, one with another.
3. to pour or pass into or through; infuse.
v.i.
4. to become blended or fused.
[1585–95; < Latin interfūsus poured between =inter- inter- + fūus, past participle of fundere to pour]
in`ter•fu′sion, n.

interfuse


Past participle: interfused
Gerund: interfusing

Imperative
interfuse
interfuse
Present
I interfuse
you interfuse
he/she/it interfuses
we interfuse
you interfuse
they interfuse
Preterite
I interfused
you interfused
he/she/it interfused
we interfused
you interfused
they interfused
Present Continuous
I am interfusing
you are interfusing
he/she/it is interfusing
we are interfusing
you are interfusing
they are interfusing
Present Perfect
I have interfused
you have interfused
he/she/it has interfused
we have interfused
you have interfused
they have interfused
Past Continuous
I was interfusing
you were interfusing
he/she/it was interfusing
we were interfusing
you were interfusing
they were interfusing
Past Perfect
I had interfused
you had interfused
he/she/it had interfused
we had interfused
you had interfused
they had interfused
Future
I will interfuse
you will interfuse
he/she/it will interfuse
we will interfuse
you will interfuse
they will interfuse
Future Perfect
I will have interfused
you will have interfused
he/she/it will have interfused
we will have interfused
you will have interfused
they will have interfused
Future Continuous
I will be interfusing
you will be interfusing
he/she/it will be interfusing
we will be interfusing
you will be interfusing
they will be interfusing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been interfusing
you have been interfusing
he/she/it has been interfusing
we have been interfusing
you have been interfusing
they have been interfusing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been interfusing
you will have been interfusing
he/she/it will have been interfusing
we will have been interfusing
you will have been interfusing
they will have been interfusing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been interfusing
you had been interfusing
he/she/it had been interfusing
we had been interfusing
you had been interfusing
they had been interfusing
Conditional
I would interfuse
you would interfuse
he/she/it would interfuse
we would interfuse
you would interfuse
they would interfuse
Past Conditional
I would have interfused
you would have interfused
he/she/it would have interfused
we would have interfused
you would have interfused
they would have interfused
Translations

interfuse

vt (poet, liter) (= pervade)durchdringen, durchsetzen; (= mix)(ver)mischen
visich (ver)mischen, sich (miteinander) vermischen
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