improve definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to increase to a more desirable or more exemplary quality or problem; make smarter.
    • to improve the productivity or worth of (land or residential property).
    • to place to great use; usage profitably.
    • To disprove or make void; to refute.
    • To disapprove; to get fault with; to reprove; to censure.
    • To make better; to improve the worth or great attributes of; to ameliorate by attention or cultivation.
    • To use or employ to good purpose; to help make effective; to turn to lucrative account; to make use of
    • To advance or boost by use; to augment or increase; -- said with reference to understanding bad.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become better.
    • In order to make advantageous improvements or modifications: improve regarding the translation.
    • to develop better; to advance or make development with what is desirable; to create or show improvement.
    • To advance or progress in bad qualities; to grow worse.
    • to improve; is improved; to increase in value.
  • verb:
    • to create (one thing) better; to increase the worthiness or output (of anything)
    • to become better
    • improve
    • to create better
  • others:
    • to produce better; ameliorate the condition of; rise in price, quality, capability, estimation, or even the want; bring into a much better, higher, much more desirable, or maybe more profitable state: because, to boost your head by research; to improve the kinds of animals; to improve land by careful tillage.
    • to make to feature or account; use profitably; take advantage of: as, to enhance the opportunity; to improve the occasion.
    • to boost in force or quantity; intensify whatsoever.
    • To grow better by any means; be exemplary or even more favorable; advance in goodness, knowledge, knowledge, amount, price, etc.: as, his health is improving; the price tag on cotton gets better daily.
    • to improve; grow.
    • To accept; show; test.
    • To disapprove; censure; blame.
    • To disprove; prove false; refute.

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