- adv.无限地，无穷地; 极其
Your English is infinitely better than my German.
His design was infinitely better than anything I could have done.
Europe had become infinitely more unstable and fragmented.
A centimeter can be infinitely divided into smaller units.
We realize that we are infinitely small within the scheme of things.
He was infinitely more assured than in his more recent parliamentary appearances.
We have a relationship infinitely superior to those of many of our friends.
Human beings are infinitely flexible and able to adjust when survival depends on it.
These opportunities seemed infinitely seductive.
The universe is infinitely large.
He argued that all matter was infinitely divisible.
There is an infinitely bright future . ahead of us.
The gentleman was infinitely resourceful and had close contacts in the army and in political circles.
The farmers of the future will be infinitely more sophisticated than their predecessors.
It is infinitely easier to drive a car than to repair it.
The surfaces are infinitely rigid.
Fourth, this error makes it looping infinitely between the second and third line.
I was infinitely undermined.
Some wives tend to believe that their husbands are infinitely resourceful and can fix anything.
To the outward and the inward eye of man opened an infinitely wider horizon.
——英汉非文学 - 家庭、私有制和国家的起源
It's easy to procrastinate when the deadline seems infinitely far away.
More than this, the sneaker is also a versatile canvas for creative and infinitely unique customisations.
Waste your infinitely precious and the supply will never be withheld from you.
Atoms and molecules are infinitely small.
He is infinitely wealthy.
It was, for one thing, an infinitely smaller problem.
I hope to call you something infinitely more dear.
1. without bounds;
"he is infinitely wealthy"
2. continuing forever without end;
"there are infinitely many possibilities"