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inflation an increase in the average price level. [2 definitions]
inflection a change in the pitch or tone of a voice. [3 definitions]
inflexible not able to be bent, or not easy to bend; stiff. [3 definitions]
inflict to deal out or strike in a physical attack. [2 definitions]
influence the power or invisible action of a thing or person that causes some kind of effect on another. [3 definitions]
influential having power or influence.
influenza a disease caused by a virus in humans and some animals; flu. Influenza causes fever, indigestion, coughing and muscle pain.
info shortened form of information.
infomercial a long commercial in the form of a television program.
inform to give knowledge to; tell. [2 definitions]
informal relaxed in style or feeling; casual. [2 definitions]
information knowledge or facts that come from a source. [2 definitions]
infrastructure all the basic systems that have been created in a country, especially through technology and engineering, that allow it to function well and develop. Roads are a very important part of a country's infrastructure. Without roads, it is difficult for people to travel and to work and to move products from one place to another.
infrequent not happening often.
in full in the complete or required amount.
infuriate to cause great anger in; enrage.
-ing1 a suffix used to form the present participle of verbs.
-ing2 a suffix used to turn a verb into a noun.
ingenious clever or creative in setting up or working through problems.
ingenuity the quality of, or an instance of being ingenious; cleverness.
ingot an amount of metal made into a shape that makes it easy to hold or store.