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Improve | Definition of Improve by Merriam-Webster
This operation will greatly improve her chances of survival.. The advertising campaign has improved sales.. Maybe we'll buy a house when our financial situation improves.. Her writing has improved since the beginning of the school year.. The company has been having steadily improving sales.
Improve Synonyms, Improve Antonyms | Merriam-Webster Thesaurus
improve, better, help, ameliorate mean to make more acceptable or to bring nearer a standard. improve and better are general and interchangeable and apply to what can be made better whether it is good or bad.. measures to further improve the quality of medical care; immigrants hoping to better their lot; help implies a bettering that still leaves room for improvement.
Improve - definition of improve by The Free Dictionary
1. To raise to a more desirable or more excellent quality or condition; make better: Exercise can improve your health.
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Improve definition, to bring into a more desirable or excellent condition: He took vitamins to improve his health. See more.
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When you improve something, you make it better. For example, you can improve your harmonica playing with practice.
improve | Definition of improve in English by Oxford ...
Definition of improve - make or become better. ‘The achievement of the Authorised Version was made possible by a team of translators working and improving upon previous translations.’
improve Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary
improve meaning: 1. to get better, or to make something better: 2. If you improve on something, you succeed in doing or making it better: . Learn more.
improve Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
Therefore, the logarithmic transformation improves the calculation of distance for the subsequential clustering algorithms and leads to uncovering the biological meaningful pattern within the data.
Improve upon - definition of improve upon by The Free ...
I should say," said Ginger, curling her nostril, "that these men, who are so wise, had better give orders that in the future all foals should be born with their eyes set just in the middle of their foreheads, instead of on the side; they always think they can improve upon nature and mend what God has made.