名词:infuser 动词过去式:infused 过去分词:infused 现在分词:infusing 第三人称单数:infuses
fuse＝to pour（倾；倒） 变化型 found
1 [Tn.pr] ~ sth into sb/sth; ~ sb/sth with sth put (a quality) into sb/sth; fill sb/sth with (a quality) 将（某特性）灌输给或注入某人[某事物]; 使某人[某事物]获得（某特性）
*infuse new life, energy, etc into the workers 使工人获得新的活力、力量等
* infuse the workers with new life, energy, etc 使工人获得新的活力、力量等.
2 (a) [Tn] soak (tea or herbs) in a liquid (usu hot water) to extract flavour or ingredients for a drink or medicine （草药）泡（茶）; 泡制.
(b) [I] (of tea or herbs) undergo this process （指茶叶或药草）被浸泡
*Don't drink the tea until it has finished infusing. 茶泡好再喝.
1400-1500; Language: French;Origin:
infuser, from Latin
infundere, from fundere 'to pour'
to fill something or someone with a particular feeling or qualitybe infused with sth Her books are infused with humour and wisdom.infuse sth into sth These new designers are infusing fresh interest into the New York fashion scene. [I and T]
if you infuse tea or herbs
, or if they infuse, you leave them in very hot water while their taste passes into the water