غنى, زخرف, أخصب, زاد قيمة الطعام, مول
Verb(1) make better or improve in quality(2) make wealthy or richer
(1) He's going away to some foreign country to enrich his knowledge of other cultures.(2) Remember, he was an MP for a government who had passed the legislation with the express intention of enabling poorer people to become homeowners, not to further enrich millionaires.(3) A new way to govern is required to enrich democracy while improving efficiency and effectiveness.(4) one may enrich the echinus of a Doric capital with the egg and dart motif(5) Their aim is to improve and enrich the education of children and to support the involvement of parents in their children's education.(6) You share your wisdom and experience with others and enrich the quality of your work and relationships.(7) Tax policy must be stood on its head: from a means of plundering the people to enrich the millionaires and big business, it must become the instrument for a radical redistribution of wealth.(8) Surface fires then are lit to kill off saplings, reduce fuel loads, enrich the soil with nutrients, and bring fire back to the forest.(9) In order to compensate, 90 percent of American companies enrich white rice with powdered nutrients, in an attempt to replace some of what they took out.(10) To address the deficiency problem, food manufacturers enrich flour, maize, and rice and fortify breakfast cereals with iron.(11) The probe centres on the 3,500 partnerships and other affiliates created by the company to hide debt, inflate profits, push up share values and enrich top executives.(12) The goal would be to improve body composition, increase muscle strength and enrich the quality of life.(13) Although your career may ultimately lead you to different parts of world, your network of friends and colleagues in the community will serve to enrich the quality of the life you lead.(14) Put it in stark terms and industrial workers, poorly paid, are asked to enrich young men who are already very wealthy.(15) Promote efforts to increase the diversity of faculty members and students at colleges and universities as a means to improve and enrich the experience of higher education.(16) I am not in the business of trying to enrich people who would like to sit in the middle as bureaucrats, as sort of quasi-political business people.
(1) enrich the blood :: إثراء الدم
1. enhance ::
2. improve ::
3. better ::
4. add to ::
5. augment ::
6. supplement ::
7. complement ::
8. boost ::
9. elevate ::
10. raise ::
11. lift ::
12. refine ::
Different Formsenrich, enriched, enriches, enriching, enrichment
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