Words nearby infrastructure
OTHER WORDS FROM infrastructurein·fra·struc·tur·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for infrastructure
Instead, the Republicans should tie their push for infrastructure to getting folks off the couch and back to work.
Next, the GOP should hammer away at how our roads, bridges, and tunnels are crumbling, and push for an infrastructure initiative.
For aesthetic reasons, ski resort operators try to limit the noise and infrastructure associated with producing power.
The NSA had already built the infrastructure to tap into communications networks.
“Tourism is housing, infrastructure, security, parks; it is food,” she says.
These are the telltale overt signs of a comprehensive collapse of the infrastructure and of the export and internal markets.
The physical deterioration of infrastructure and public services reflected the inner state of its ever more desparate consumers.
Most communist countries inherited an infrastructure of laws and institutions from their historical predecessors.
A minimum of 10-13 billion dollars will be required simply to restore Serbia's infrastructure to its former, inglorious self.
To advance this concept, technology and its infrastructure and application are vital.Shock and Awe|Harlan K. Ullman