Verb(1) cause (a liquid(2) enter a group or organization in order to spy on the members(3) pass into or through by filtering or permeating(4) pass through an enemy line; in a military conflict
(1) a chest radiograph revealed a patchy infiltrate in the left lower lobes(2) Your intrepid blogger promises to infiltrate this suspicious-sounding organization and report the truth!(3) In coastal regions, sea water can infiltrate the rocks, and a salt-water wedge will then form below sea level under the fresh groundwater.(4) The bone marrow was replaced by an infiltrate of blast cells with medium-sized nuclei, multiple nucleoli, and moderate amounts of cytoplasm.(5) The holding pond should be emptied before it is full, when waste waters will infiltrate the soil.(6) The triads may show a variable degree of ductal and ductular proliferation, and may even demonstrate edema and a neutrophilic infiltrate .(7) I hope that we continue to have brave men and women who infiltrate these organizations in order to help to protect society.(8) They were criminals recruited by an MI6 officer to infiltrate the IRA.(9) Does western culture and its values infiltrate traditional Indian values?(10) They often disguise their affiliation by wearing civilian clothes, and they often carry arms covertly to infiltrate various places.(11) The ensuing Meiji policy of modernization allowed Western ideas, institutions, and culture to infiltrate Japan.(12) It propagates paranoia about the Third World's dark intentions to gatecrash and infiltrate the Western World over a period of time, and take it over eventually.(13) For the next four decades, a small minority from certain Iraqi towns would gradually infiltrate the highest governmental positions as well as the top officer ranks in the army.(14) Spencer said one of the major steps was to encourage followers to enter the ministry of various churches and to infiltrate North America's schools and teaching colleges.(15) Now that we have a common picture of the communications architecture, we must discuss using information to successfully infiltrate an enemy's position.(16) Although the chest radiograph may be normal initially, subsequent radiographs will reveal an infiltrate , which may extend rapidly, involving one or more lobes as well as the pleura.
1. insinuate oneself into ::
insinueer homself in
2. penetrate ::
3. pass through ::
Different Formsinfiltrate, infiltrated, infiltrates, infiltrating
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