infusion

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The act of dipping into a fluid
That which is infused. This is the most common meaning
The act of steeping or soaking a substance in liquid so as to extract medicinal or herbal qualities
The act of installing a quality into a person
the act of imbuing, or pouring in
If there is an infusion of one thing into another, the first thing is added to the other thing and makes it stronger or better. He brought a tremendous infusion of hope to the people
a solution obtained by steeping or soaking a substance (usually in water)
An infusion is the flavor that's extracted from any ingredient such as tea leaves, herbs, or fruit by steeping them in a liquid such as water, oil, or vinegar
A method of giving pain medication into a vein or under the skin; unlike an injection, which is pushed by a syringe, an infusion flows by gravity Some continuous infusions are given using a mechanical pump
The act of infusing, pouring in, or instilling; instillation; as, the infusion of good principles into the mind; the infusion of ardor or zeal
A remedy prepared by soaking plant material in vegetable oil or water See also Macerate and Phytol
A mashing method in which grain is mixed with hot water and the mixture is not boiled See also Single Infusion, Step Infusion
Tea made by steeping an herb's leaves or flowers in hot water
a technique of adminstering fluids other than blood after inserting an intravenous line in the patient's vein
A tea made by pouring boiling water over a substance Steeping
The act or process of steeping or soaking any substance in water in order to extract its virtues
{i} act of infusing; act of imparting or instilling; extraction, something which is obtained by steeping in a liquid
a tea made from the flowers, leaves or roots of an herb, with a longer steeping time than a general tea The water is boiled fully, the cup or pot is heated and the herbs and water are covered during the steep to prevent steam escaping The standard measure is one teaspoon of dried herbs, two of fresh, to one cup of boiled water Covered steeping time is generally up to ten minutes for flowers, twenty minutes for leaves and up to four hours for the root
Delivering of fluids or medicines into the bloodstream over a period of time
The liquid extract obtained by this process
Introduction of fluid (other than blood) into a vein
That which is infused; suggestion; inspiration
Liquid derived from steeping herbs, spices, etc Top of glossary J
A drink made by steeping plants or plant extracts in hot water for 10-20 minutes; making it stronger than tea
Usually a medicinal term, it can also be used in cooking Bring the liquid in your recipe almost to a boil, and let the herbs steep for 20 minutes or until flavor is what you want Strain the herbs out and you have an herbal infusion You can do this with minty herbs for deserts like ice cream or brownies or with broths for soups and sauces
An extraction of soluble compounds from fresh or dried flowers, leaves, or seeds made by steeping in hot water for five to ten minutes (a tea)
Intravenous delivery of a chemotherapy drug or fluids made in a slow or prolonged manner
process of intravenously giving medication that has been dissolved in fluid
is the process of extracting essential oils from herbs by steeping them in hot water or cold or hot oil A hot water infusion is called a tea Herb leaves and aerial parts are plunged into hot water, but not boiled because this will cause them to lose volatile oils Remove boiling water from the heat before adding these parts of plant material Roots and bark are boiled Medicinal herbs are often steeped overnight
administration of fluids or medications into the blood through the veins
the act of infusing or introducing a certain modifying element or quality; "the team's continued success is attributable to a steady infusion of new talent"
A mixture of herbs and water that has soaked for a period of time When you make tea, you are making an infusion
(medicine) the passive introduction of a substance (a fluid or drug or electrolyte) into a vein or between tissues (as by gravitational force)
The introduction of fluid other than blood, e g , saline solution, into a vein
The flavor that is extracted from any ingredient such as tea leaves, herbs or fruit by steeping them in a liquid such as water, oil or vinegar
the process of extracting certain active properties (as a drug from a plant) by steeping or soaking (usually in water)
A method of putting fluids, including drugs, into the bloodstream Also called intravenous infusion
The act of plunging or dipping into a fluid; immersion
An infusion is the flavor that is extracted from any ingredient such as tea leaves, herbs or fruit by steeping them in a liquid such as water, oil or vinegar
(medicine) the passive introduction of a substance (a fluid or drug or electrolyte) into a vein or between tissues (as by gravitational force) the process of extracting certain active properties (as a drug from a plant) by steeping or soaking (usually in water) a solution obtained by steeping or soaking a substance (usually in water)
the introduction of a solution into a vein, especially medicine or nutritional supplements
made by pouring boiling water over the materials/herbs and letting it steep, usually stronger than a tea, can also be made by adding concentrated extracts to water
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{n} the act of pouring or steeping in, the substance infused of the mixture
received an infusion
received a transfusion, received fluids
infusion

    Расстановка переносов

    in·fu·sion

    Турецкое произношение

    înfyujın

    Синонимы

    strain, admixture, mixture

    Произношение

    /ənˈfyo͞oᴢʜən/ /ɪnˈfjuːʒən/

    Этимология

    [ in-'fyü-zh&n ] (noun.) 15th century. Latin fu(n)do fu(n)dere fusi fusum: to pour.

    Слово дня

    procumbent
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