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en·rich

 (ĕn-rĭch′)
tr.v. en·riched, en·rich·ing, en·rich·es
1. To make rich or richer.
2. To make fuller, more meaningful, or more rewarding: An appreciation of art will enrich your life.
3. To add fertilizer to.
4. To add a nutrient or nutrients to: a government program to enrich flour with folic acid.
5. To add to the beauty or character of; adorn: "Glittering tears enriched her eyes" (Arnold Bennett).
6. Physics To increase the amount of one or more radioactive isotopes in (a material, especially a nuclear fuel).

[Middle English enrichen, from Old French enrichier : en-, causative pref.; see en-1 + riche, rich; see rich.]

en·rich′er n.
Translations

enriched

[ɪnˈrɪtʃt] ADJ [food, uranium] → enriquecido
bread enriched with folic acidpan m enriquecido con ácido fólico

enriched

adj (also Phys) → angereichert; personbereichert; enriched with vitaminsmit Vitaminen angereichert

enriched

a. [added qualities] enriquecido-a, de valor aumentado.
References in classic literature ?
My brother--since I can no longer treat as a slave one who has enriched me thus--take your liberty and may Heaven prosper you.
So great had been the expense of his tour that, even had he won, it would not have enriched him; and it is probable that he had not sought to enrich himself, being a man who rather laid wagers for honour's sake than for the stake proposed.
It is not likely that the Mediterranean will ever behold a battle with a greater issue; but when the time comes for another historical fight its bottom will be enriched as never before by a quantity of jagged scrap-iron, paid for at pretty nearly its weight of gold by the deluded populations inhabiting the isles and continents of this planet.
On re-entering the cloister, the archdeacon found at the door of his cell his brother Jehan du Moulin, who was waiting for him, and who had beguiled the tedium of waiting by drawing on the wall with a bit of charcoal, a profile of his elder brother, enriched with a monstrous nose.
It was made of small juicy clams, scarcely bigger than hazel nuts, mixed with pounded ship biscuit, and salted pork cut up into little flakes; the whole enriched with butter, and plentifully seasoned with pepper and salt.
The herd of improved cows such as Pava, the whole land ploughed over and enriched, the nine level fields surrounded with hedges, the two hundred and forty acres heavily manured, the seed sown in drills, and all the rest of it--it was all splendid if only the work had been done for themselves, or for themselves and comrades --people in sympathy with them.
In this way the Blackbird enriched himself, and enriched the white men, and became exceedingly popular among the traders of the Missouri.
This new world has already enriched the lives of MILLIONS of Americans who are able to compete and win in it.
Though her cheeks were seldom enriched with the faint glow that once rendered her so beautiful, and she was less dazzling in her appearance, yet, if possible, she was more lovely and attractive.
It is right because in fact research reactors require 20% enriched fuel, it said.
nuclear watchdog said Friday it has discovered traces of uranium enriched to a level of about 27 percent purity at an underground facility in central Iran, a higher level than previously found at the facility.
Analysts said the single cascade of machines Iran was using for the higher-level enrichment was inefficient because it left over a large quantity of low-enriched uranium alongside the highly enriched material.