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infra

[ in-fruh ]
/ ˈɪn frə /
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adverb
below, especially when used in referring to parts of a text.
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Origin of infra

1730–40; <Latin infrā;cf. under

Other definitions for infra (2 of 2)

infra-

a prefix meaning “below,” used, with second elements of any origin, in the formation of compound words: infrasonic; infrared.

Origin of infra-

<Latin, representing infrā, adv. or preposition
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British Dictionary definitions for infra (1 of 2)

infra
/ Latin (ˈɪnfrə) /

adverb
(esp in textual annotation) below; further on

British Dictionary definitions for infra (2 of 2)

infra-

prefix
below; beneath; afterinfrasonic; infralapsarian

Word Origin for infra-

from Latin infrā
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Medical definitions for infra

infra-

pref.
Inferior to, below, or beneath:infrasonic.
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