Of, relating to or originating in infrastructure.(adjective)
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Use "infrastructural" in a sentence
"Press coverage of this long-term infrastructural build-up has been remarkably minimal, given the implications for future conflicts in the oil heartlands of the planet."
"The core of Ma's economic program involves public and private investments in a number of long-term infrastructural and industrial projects - investments that could well push Taiwan's budget deficit farther into the red."
"A lack of availability of recreational activities and certain infrastructural shortfalls put Lexington as the least liveable US city surveyed, in 56th place - although its rating of 13% is still low."