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improve

verb [I, T]
 
 
/ɪmˈpruːv/
A2 to get better or to make something better
iyileş(tir)mek, geliş(tir)mek, ilerle(t)mek, düzel(t)mek
Scott's behaviour has improved a lot lately. Every year thousands of students come to London to improve their English. improved earnings/productivityBecoming betterMaking things betterMaking progress and advancingMaking things betterBecoming better
Translations of “improve”
in Arabic يُحَسِّن, يَتَحَسَّن…
in Korean 향상시키다…
in Malaysian meningkatkan…
in French (s’)améliorer…
in Italian migliorare, rendere migliore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 改進, 改善…
in Russian улучшать(ся)…
in Polish poprawiać (się), polepszać (się)…
in Vietnamese cải thiện…
in Spanish mejorar, perfeccionar…
in Portuguese melhorar…
in Thai ดีขึ้น…
in German verbessern…
in Catalan millorar…
in Japanese ~がよくなる, ~を改良する…
in Indonesian meningkatkan, memperbaiki…
in Chinese (Simplified) 改进, 改善…
(Definition of improve from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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