enrichment


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en·rich·ment

 (ĕn-rĭch′mənt)
n.
1. The act of enriching or the state of being enriched.
2. Something that enriches.

en•rich•ment

(ɛnˈrɪtʃ mənt)

n.
1. an act of enriching or the state of being enriched.
2. something that enriches: the enrichments of reading.
[1620–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.enrichment - act of making fuller or more meaningful or rewarding
improvement - the act of improving something; "their improvements increased the value of the property"
fortification - the addition of an ingredient for the purpose of enrichment (as the addition of alcohol to wine or the addition of vitamins to food)
fecundation, fertilisation, fertilization, dressing - making fertile as by applying fertilizer or manure
2.enrichment - a gift that significantly increases the recipient's wealth
gift - something acquired without compensation

enrichment

enrichment

noun
Something added to another for embellishment or completion:
Translations

enrichment

[ɪnˈrɪtʃmənt] N
1. (= improvement)
1.1. [of sb's life, society, of language] → enriquecimiento m
1.2. [of soil] → fertilización f
1.3. (Phys) [of uranium] → enriquecimiento m
2. (financial) → enriquecimiento m

enrichment

[ɪnˈrɪtʃmənt] n
(= improvement) → enrichissement m
(financial)enrichissement m

enrichment

nBereicherung f; (of soil)Anreicherung f

enrichment

[ɪnˈrɪtʃmənt] narricchimento
References in classic literature ?
Would you have robbed me - for no one's enrichment - only for the greater desolation of this world - of the immaterial part of my life, the spring and summer of my belief, my refuge from what is sordid and bad in the real things around me, my school in which I should have learned to be more humble and more trusting with them, and to hope in my little sphere to make them better?'
'I have even done this,' says Durdles, drawing out his two-foot rule (Deputy meanwhile skirmishing nearer, as suspecting that Treasure may be about to be discovered, which may somehow lead to his own enrichment, and the delicious treat of the discoverers being hanged by the neck, on his evidence, until they are dead).
My friends, may I so employ this instrument as to use it to your advantage, to your profit, to your gain, to your welfare, to your enrichment! My young friend, sit upon this stool."
Enrichment is Not a Packet!: Out of the Box Strategies to Enrich Your High Level Students in a Truly Differentiated Classroom
Access to suitable enrichment materials is known to be one of the most important risk factors, and there is growing pressure to enforce not only the ban on routine tail docking but also making sure suitable enrichment materials are provided.
An IAEA report to member states obtained by Reuters said the agency had verified the enrichment level using online enrichment monitors, and samples had also been taken on Monday for analysis.
VIENNA, July 8 (KUNA) -- The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirmed Monday that Iran had increased uranium enrichment level to five percent, overstepping the nuclear deal cap.
Environmental enrichment by provision of objects or substrates capable of satisfying the behavioral needs of pigs, is a major method to combat animal welfare problems.
Dr Odirile said this on August 25 during marriage enrichment seminar hosted by Panache Events in Rasesa.
One of the most difficult is providing opportunities for foraging and enrichment behaviors.
The merge of work and family that produces something positive is known as enrichment. In general, work-family enrichment is defined as a bi-directional and multidimensional concept whereas work and family provide individuals with somewhat distinct resources that can be used to improve role performance and quality of life in other domains (Carlson et al., 2006).