verb (used without object), ex·fil·trat·ed, ex·fil·trat·ing.
to escape furtively from an area under enemy control.
verb (used with object), ex·fil·trat·ed, ex·fil·trat·ing.
to smuggle (military personnel) out of an area under enemy control.
Origin of exfiltrate
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Related Words for exfiltratequit, depart, retire, disengage, leave, eliminate, go, retreat, blow, abjure, recede, secede, switch, book, exit, quail, vacate, recoil, detach, extract
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Historical Examples of exfiltrate
I can infiltrate and exfiltrate any room on this campus, D. You've seen me do it.
Now, to exfiltrate the campus in perfect anonymity and make our escape.