enrichment

[ UK /ɛnɹˈɪt‍ʃmənt/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈɹɪtʃmənt, ɪnˈɹɪtʃmənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a gift that significantly increases the recipient's wealth
  2. act of making fuller or more meaningful or rewarding
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How To Use enrichment In A Sentence

  • This process, called supergene enrichment, can concentrate silver into exceedingly rich deposits at depth.
  • And he warned Teheran it faces ever increasing sanctions if it refuses to suspend nuclear enrichment.
  • The new enclosure is brilliant for us as it allows us to give the gorillas the enrichment they need. The Sun
  • The curriculum has very good breadth and balance and there are very good opportunities for enrichment through extra-curricular activities.
  • ISIS argues that among the biggest threats posed by Pyongyang's perceived advancement in uranium-enrichment is the North's historical willingness to export its nuclear technologies. U.S. Expects to Restart Bilateral Talks With Pyongyang by January
  • Adopting the language of restitution leads to the return of unjust enrichment, while estoppel enables the son to receive his expectations.
  • Conducting lab experiments including the extraction, chemical derivatization, separation, and/or enrichment of biological samples and the acquisition, analysis and interpretation of metabolic data. Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • That is not to deny the importance of the concept of unjust enrichment in the law of this country.
  • The biotech companies and their tame scientists are using other people's poverty to engineer their own enrichment.
  • Adams took over responsibility for "a shining constellation of museums ... with the responsibility to use these resources for the cultural enrichment and education of the nation".
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