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en·hance

 (ĕn-hăns′)
tr.v. en·hanced, en·hanc·ing, en·hanc·es
To improve or augment, especially in effectiveness, value, or attractiveness: exercises that enhance cardiovascular health; spices that enhance the flavor of a sauce; renovations that enhance the neighborhood.

[Middle English enhauncen, from Anglo-Norman enhauncer, variant of Old French enhaucier, from Vulgar Latin *inaltiāre, from Late Latin inaltāre : Latin in-, causative pref.; see en-1 + Latin altus, high; see al- in Indo-European roots.]

en·hance′ment n.
en·hanc′er n.
en·hanc′ive adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.enhancement - an improvement that makes something more agreeable
improvement - the act of improving something; "their improvements increased the value of the property"

enhancement

noun improvement, strengthening, heightening, enrichment, increment, embellishment, boost, betterment, augmentation, amelioration He was concerned with the enhancement of the human condition.

enhancement

noun
Something added to another for embellishment or completion:
Translations

enhancement

[ɪnˈhɑːnsmənt] N [of beauty, attraction] → realce m, intensificación f; [of reputation] → mejora f; [of value, powers] → aumento m, incremento m

enhancement

[ɪnˈhɑːnsmənt] n
(= improvement) [quality, appearance, condition] → amélioration f
image enhancement (by computer)retouche f d'images
digital enhancement → retouche f numérique
breast enhancement → augmentation f mammaire
(FINANCE) (to pension, salary)majoration f

en·hance·ment

n. aumento de un efecto tal como el de radiaciones por oxígeno u otro elemento químico.
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4 Hasan Askari Rizvi, The Military: Role Enhancement and the Political Process Pakistan Perspectives on State and Society (Edited by) Abbas Rashid (Lahore: Society for the Advancement of Education 2004) 117.
He adds, "Once the talent is identified, develop a formal programme (fast track if need be) that involves a lot of focus on job and role enhancement (up to 70 per cent), and up to 30 per cent on formal training and mentoring - have a mechanism to review progress on a regular basis.
The predictions of role enhancement theory were partially supported by the findings of this study.