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Translation of "improve" - English-Spanish dictionary

improve

verb   /ɪmˈpruːv/ ( present participle improving, past tense and past participle improved)
A2 to get better or to make something better mejorar Scott’s behaviour has improved a lot lately.
(Definition of improve from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

improve

verb /imˈpruːv/
to (cause to) become better, of higher quality etc mejorar, perfeccionar His work has greatly improved They recently improved the design of that car.
improvement noun
the state or act of improving or being improved mejora There has been a great improvement in her work The patient’s condition shows some improvement.
something which improves, or adds beauty, value etc mejora I’ve made several improvements to the house.
improve on phrasal verb
to produce something which is better, more useful etc than mejorar, perfeccionar I think I can improve on that suggestion.
(Definition of improve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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