Definition of infrastructural in English:

infrastructural

Pronunciation /ˌinfrəˈstrəkCH(ə)rəl/ /ˌɪnfrəˈstrəktʃ(ə)rəl/

adjective

  • Relating to the basic physical and organizational structures and facilities needed for the operation of a society or enterprise.

    ‘a strategy for infrastructural development in the region’
    ‘the infrastructural needs of the town’
    • ‘Construction companies should be allowed to bring in unlimited foreign labor to work on major infrastructural projects.’
    • ‘Measures proposed in the bill could speed up the planning process in terms of infrastructural provision.’
    • ‘The fund will support the creation of pool investment funds, which will be employed in the development of infrastructural capacity.’
    • ‘Two companies had been short-listed for a major infrastructural contract in Mexico.’
    • ‘The planners in the spatial unit will take into consideration planned infrastructural developments.’
    • ‘We are trying to provide 20 years of infrastructural development in a 5-year period.’
    • ‘Some policies would be infrastructural, aimed at providing communities with the physical resources needed for the development of multiskilled activities.’
    • ‘The $2.5 billion infrastructural upgrade represents the largest nongovernment investment in infrastructure in the country's history.’
    • ‘The eventual winners in the wireless space would be companies that managed to identify similar infrastructural bottlenecks.’
    • ‘They agreed to a $35 million allocation for infrastructural work to be carried out for the new women's hospital.’

Pronunciation

infrastructural

/ˌinfrəˈstrəkCH(ə)rəl/ /ˌɪnfrəˈstrəktʃ(ə)rəl/