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enrich

verb uk   us   /ɪnˈrɪtʃ/

enrich verb (IMPROVE)

C1 [T] to improve the quality of something by adding something else: Fertilizer helps to enrich the soil. My life was greatly enriched by knowing her.

enrich verb (HAVE MORE MONEY)

[T] to make something or someone richer: He claimed that the large stores were enriching themselves at the expense of their customers.
enrichment
noun [U] uk   us   /-mənt/
Translations of “enrich”
in Vietnamese làm phong phú hơn…
in Spanish enriquecer…
in Thai ทำให้ดีขึ้น…
in Malaysian menyuburkan…
in French enrichir…
in German bereichern…
in Chinese (Traditional) 提高, 使豐富,使富含, 充實…
in Indonesian memperkaya…
in Russian обогащать, улучшать…
in Turkish zenginleştirmek, kalitesini artırmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 提高, 使丰富,使富含, 充实…
in Polish wzbogacać…
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