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1. The use of vacant land and property within a built-up area for further construction or development.
2. A substance or material used to fill in: a steel structure with an infill of redwood sheathing.
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1. the act of filling or closing gaps, etc, in something, such as a row of buildings
2. material used to fill a cavity, gap, hole, etc
3. (Hairdressing & Grooming) an acrylic gel application that fills in the gap between a false nail and the root of the real nail, which is created as the real nail grows
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In cartography, the filling of an area or feature with color, e.g., roads, town shapes, lakes, etc.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
infill[ˈɪnfɪl] N (Constr, Geol) → relleno m
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n (Build) → Füllmaterial nt, → Ausfüllung f
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