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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to improve)
a. enriquecer
Billy has found that doing yoga every day has greatly enriched his life.Billy ha descubierto que hacer yoga todos los días ha enriquecido mucho su vida.
2. (to make rich)
a. enriquecer
The colonies had enriched Spain to the point where it was the most powerful nation in the world.Las colonias habían enriquecido a España hasta el punto en que era la nación más poderosa del mundo.
3. (to add nutrients)
a. enriquecer
The food industry is now able to enrich their products with different vitamins and minerals.La industria alimentaria ya tienen la capacidad de enriquecer sus productos con diferentes vitaminas y minerales.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (general)
a. enriquecer
enrich [ɪnˈrɪtʃ]
transitive verb
1 (improve) [+sb's life, society, language] enriquecer
it was an enriching experience fue una experiencia enriquecedora
privileges that enriched the wealthy at the expense of farmers, mechanics, and laborers we don't all have jobs that are challenging and enriching Rehabilitative services for people with disabilities are now doing many things to enrich their lives the company is trying to sell the idea that owning a computer will enrich your life her research has enriched our understanding of the problem
[+food] enriquecer; [+soil] fertilizar; abonar
Though the wind helps to enrich the soil it inhibits the growth of trees low fat spreads enriched with vitamins A and D a large amount of butter that is used to enrich the cake cream is added at the end to help thicken and enrich the soup two extra-large eggs are sufficient for binding and enriching the batter bath oils that enrich and benefit the driest of skins
(Fís) [+uranium] enriquecer;
2 (make wealthy) enriquecer
the United States has ruthlessly used its economic and military might to enrich itself at the expense of other countries bosses who enrich themselves and neglect their workers the whole attempt to enrich these jungle regions economically by sacrificing the jungles hasn't worked very well
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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