reinforce

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to encourage a behavior or idea through repeated stimulus

Advertising for fast food can reinforce unhealthy dietary tendencies.

to strengthen, especially by addition or augmentation

He reinforced the handle with a metal rod and a bit of tape.

to emphasize or review

The right homework will reinforce and complement the lesson.

The portion of the barrel between the breech ring and the chase, extending forward past the trunnions Since powder pressure was greatest toward the breech, this part of the gun tube was thicker than the chase Howitzers and mortars had one reinforce, as did some guns Other guns had two The heavier breech reinforce is called the first reinforce; the lighter one, between the first reinforce and the chase, is the second reinforce
to strengthen by additional assistance, material, or support
See Reënforce, n
make stronger; "he reinforced the concrete" strengthen and support with rewards; "Let's reinforce good behavior
strengthen and support with rewards; "Let's reinforce good behavior
make stronger; "he reinforced the concrete"
To reinforce an army or a police force means to make it stronger by increasing its size or providing it with more weapons. To reinforce a position or place means to make it stronger by sending more soldiers or weapons. Both sides have been reinforcing their positions after yesterday's fierce fighting
{f} strengthen, fortify, support; increase; provide a reward or punishment in order to encourage or discourage a particular response (Psychology)
strengthen and support with rewards; "Let's reinforce good behavior"
To reinforce an object means to make it stronger or harder. Eventually, they had to reinforce the walls with exterior beams. + reinforced re·inforced Its windows were of reinforced glass
See Reënforce, v
If something reinforces an idea or point of view, it provides more evidence or support for it. The delegation hopes to reinforce the idea that human rights are not purely internal matters
If something reinforces a feeling, situation, or process, it makes it stronger or more intense. A stronger European Parliament would, they fear, only reinforce the power of the larger countries
The thicker portion of the barrel of a gun, forward of the breech, and leading to the chase There may be first and second reinforce, the first being that starting at the breech Earlier models often had a molding, or at least a sharp discontinuity, between the reinforce and chase, as with the M1841 six-pounder gun, but this was usually smoother, almost invisible, in the more common guns of the Civil War period
to make stronger by adding something
reinforced
Simple past tense and past participle of reinforce
reinforcer
Something that reinforces; something that strengthens a behavior
reenforce
{v} to send fresh forces, to recruit
reenforce
{f} strengthen, fortify, support; increase; (Psychology) provide a reward or punishment in order to encourage or discourage a particular response (also reinforce)
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(used of soaps or cleaning agents) having a substance (an abrasive or filler) added to increase effectiveness; "the built liquid detergents"
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{s} strengthened, fortified; strengthened with metal (as of concrete)
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given added strength or support; "reinforced concrete contains steel bars or metal netting"
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given added strength or support; "reinforced concrete contains steel bars or metal netting
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past of reinforce
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Anything that follows a behavior that increases the chances of that behavior occurring again
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a stimulus event that increases the probability that the operant associated with it will be repeated
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Anything that occurs after a behavior and changes the likelihood that the behavior will be repeated
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Any stimulus event that can be used to strengthen a behavior it follows
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a stimulus that follows a behaviour and increases the likelihood that the behaviour will be repeated
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A consequent stimulus that increases the probability a behavior will occur, or maintains the future rate of that behavior
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Anything that increases the strength of a behavior
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(psychology) a stimulus that strengthens or weakens the behavior that produced it
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A stimulus that changes the probability of a response in an instrumental conditioning paradigm (Anderson)
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{i} one who strengthens, fortifier; one who increases; reward or punishment designed to strengthen a particular response (Psychology)
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A consequence that increases the likelihood of the behavior occurring; a positive reinforcer is something desirable that the student receives for exhibiting a target behavior
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An event (or termination of an event) that increases the frequency of the behavior that preceded it
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Any stimulus that increases the likelihood of a response being offered Reinforcers may be positive or negative but we shall be dealing with positive reinforcers during this course They may also be primary (unconditioned) or secondary (conditioned)
reinforces
third-person singular of reinforce
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Various methods of using wire, bars or other material to strengthen projects
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Something that reinforces
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strengthening or stiffening a part in a product so that it can perform its function better i e is less likely to break or bend
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The process of strengthening a member with some additional piece of material
reinforcing
present participle of reinforce
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in artillery usage, a tactical mission in which one artillery unit augments the fire of another artillery unit Reinforcing is not used by aviation forces
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Rebar placed into a Cast Stone unit during the manufacturing process to augment the unit during handling or to enable it to carry a structural load (i e lintel)
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Metal that is built into brickwork e g reinforcing bars
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In masonry structures, rods, mini-trusses or metal ties which reach from one wythe or course to another through the mortar for greater stability and permanence
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Describing something used to reinforce
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Steel rods or metal fabric placed in concrete slabs, beams, or columns to increase their strength
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