verb (used with object), infiltrated, infiltrating.
to filter into or through; permeate.
to cause to pass in by filtering.
to move into (an organization, country, territory, or the like) surreptitiously and gradually, especially with hostile intent:
The troops infiltrated the enemy lines.
to pass a small number of (soldiers, spies, or the like) into a territory or organization clandestinely and with hostile or subversive intent:
The intelligence agency infiltrated three spies into the neighboring country.
verb (used without object), infiltrated, infiltrating.
to pass into or through a substance, place, etc., by or as by filtering.
Pathology. to penetrate tissue spaces or cells.
something that infiltrates.
Pathology. any substance penetrating tissues or cells and forming a morbid accumulation.
S: Break into
verb (used with object)
to support, hold, or bear up from below; bear the weight of, as a structure.
to bear (a burden, charge, etc.).
to undergo, experience, or suffer (injury, loss, etc.); endure without giving way or yielding.
to keep (a person, the mind, the spirits, etc.) from giving way, as under trial or affliction.
to keep up or keep going, as an action or process:
to sustain a conversation.
to supply with food, drink, and other necessities of life.
to provide for (an institution or the like) by furnishing means or funds.
to support (a cause or the like) by aid or approval.
to uphold as valid, just, or correct, as a claim or the person making it:
The judge sustained the lawyer's objection.
to confirm or corroborate, as a statement:
Further investigation sustained my suspicions.
not lasting, enduring, or permanent; transitory.
lasting only a short time; existing briefly; temporary:
staying only a short time:
the transient guests at a hotel.
a person or thing that is transient, especially a temporary guest, boarder, laborer, or the like.
a function that tends to zero as the independent variable tends to infinity.
a solution, especially of a differential equation, having this property.
a nonperiodic signal of short duration.
a decaying signal, wave, or oscillation.
Electricity. a sudden pulse of voltage or current.