Definition of exfiltration in English:

exfiltration

noun

  • See exfiltrate

    • ‘We also were continuing to support the infiltration and exfiltration of a few intelligence officers and agents who were traveling in and out of Iran on intelligence-gathering and hostage-rescue planning operations.’
    • ‘We were asked if we could arrange exfiltration by boat for a French captain who was needed back in England.’
    • ‘Their purpose for this monitoring mission was to identify infiltration or exfiltration of an individual known as ‘the Mad Mortarman’ to and from his firing position.’
    • ‘In Teheran, during one carefully planned exfiltration, the disguised man lost his nerve and hid in the men's room as the plane was boarding.’
    • ‘This complements the staff timeline, which starts at mission receipt and runs through exfiltration of the team.’

Pronunciation

exfiltration

/ɛksfɪlˈtreɪʃ(ə)n/