/ˈɪnfɪl/ (say 'infil)

1. material used to fill a hole or gap, especially as part of the construction process.
2. brickwork fitted inside a timber frame as in half-timbered buildings, for fire or thermal insulation.
3. an acrylic substance that fills in the gap between an existing false fingernail and the root of the real fingernail to conceal the gap formed as the real fingernail grows out.
Also, infilling.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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