- 1[transitive] infuse A into B infuse B with A (formal) to make someone or something have a particular quality Her novels are infused with sadness.
- 2[transitive] infuse something (formal) to have an effect on all parts of something Politics infuses all aspects of our lives.
- 3[intransitive, transitive] infuse (something) if you infuse herbs, etc. or they infuse, you put them in hot water until the flavor has passed into the water
- 4[transitive] infuse something (into something) (medical) to slowly put a drug or other substance into a person's vein
NAmE//ɪnˈfyuz//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they infuse
he / she / it infuses
past simple infused
-ing form infusing