1. verb To infill a hollow place or gap means to fill it. [mainly British] [be V-ed] ⇒ The entrance to the cave was infilled by the landowner. [V] ⇒ It is wise to start infilling with a layer of gravel for drainage. [Also V n]regional note: in AM, use fill in 2. uncountable noun [oft N n]
Infill is something which fills a hollow place or gap. [mainly British] ⇒ There is room for infill between the new outer suburbs. ⇒ ...an infill panel between the top of the wardrobes and the ceiling.
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