enriching, present participle; enriched, past participle; enriched, past tense; enriches, 3rd person singular present;
Improve or enhance the quality or value of
her exposure to museums enriched her life in France
Add to the nutritive value of (food) by adding vitamins or nutrients
cereal enriched with extra oat bran
Add to the cultural, intellectual, or spiritual wealth of
the collection was enriched by a bequest of graphic works
Increase the proportion of a particular isotope in (an element), esp. that of the fissile isotope U-235 in uranium so as to make it more powerful or explosive
Embellish a molding by carving or otherwise forming a sculpted, ornamental pattern, such as egg and dart
one may enrich the echinus of a Doric capital with the egg and dart motif
Make (someone) wealthy or wealthier
top party members had enriched themselves
make better or improve in quality; "The experience enriched her understanding"; "enriched foods"
make wealthy or richer; "the oil boom enriched a lot of local people"
(enrichment) act of making fuller or more meaningful or rewarding
(enrichment) a gift that significantly increases the recipient's wealth
ENRICH is a 125-item questionnaire - completed separately by a couple - that explores conflict resolution, role relationship, financial management, expectations, sexual relationship, personality compatibility, communication, marital satisfaction, and more. ...
(Enrichment (wine)) Chaptalization is the process of adding sugar to unfermented grape must in order to increase the alcohol content after fermentation. The technique is named after its developer, the French chemist Jean-Antoine-Claude Chaptal. ...
To make (someone) rich or richer; To adorn, ornate more richly; To improve the state of something; To add nutrients or fertilizer to the soil; to fertilize; (transitive) To increase the amount of one isotope in a mixture of isotopes, especially in a nuclear fuel
(enriching) The act of adding value or enlightening; Of something that adds value, either monetary, intellectual, or emotional
(enrichment) the act of enriching or something enriched; the process of making enriched uranium; the addition of sugar to grape juice used to make wine; chaptalization
Enriched foods have nutrients added to them to replace those lost during food processing. B vitamins, for example, are lost when wheat is processed into white flour, so these nutrients are later added back.
(ENRICHED) When whole grains are refined of their nutritious bran and germ, they are then usually enriched with specific added nutrients as established by federal guidelines. The nutrients added back are iron and three of the B vitamins: thiamin, niacin, and riboflavin. ...
(Enriched) A degraded, processed product that if fortified has nutrients added back in.
(Enriched) When vitamins or minerals are added to a food to make it more nutritious. An example is calcium-enriched orange juice.
(enriched) increase in concentration, to make rich.
(“Enriched”) flour supplemented with iron and four B-vitamins (thiamine, niacin, riboflavin and folic acid) and may be with calcium. Reconstituting the nutritional status of a processed food ingredient to match that of the original raw materials.
(Enriching) Increasing the heat content of natural gas by mixing it with a gas of higher Btu content (often propane).
(enrichment) Additional courses outside those required for graduation.
(Enrichment) Physical process of increasing the proportion of U-235 to U-238.
(enrichment) the addition of vitamins or minerals to a food from which vitamins or minerals were lost during processing
(ENRICHMENT) Activities that supplement the core curriculum. Enrichment provides opportunities to study subjects or content not covered in the typical school curriculum and/or a more in-depth exploration of topics covered in the regular curriculum. ...
(ENRICHMENT) Objects and activities that engage an animal physically and/or mentally (e.g., popcorn in straw or feeding tubes attached to enclosure).
(Enrichment) A method of providing animals with the opportunity to behave as they do in the wild, playing, foraging, grooming, and interacting in other ways with one another.
(Enrichment) A transformation function that combines data from two or more fields in one or more records to create a new field or fields in the output record.
(Enrichment) Addition of a few young trees by planting to an area already established but not fully stocked. Differs from beating up because it is done after establishment.
(Enrichment) Any educational procedure beyond the usual ones for the subject or age or grade that does accelerate the student’s placement in the subject or grade (George, Cohn, Stanley, 1979).