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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} zenginleştirmek

Biz insanların hayatlarını zenginleştirmek istiyoruz. - We want to enrich people's lives.

Biz kazanç için çalışmıyoruz diye yanıtladı tilki. Biz sadece başkalarını zenginleştirmek için çalışıyoruz. - We do not work for gain, answered the Fox. We work only to enrich others.

{f} güçlendirmek
değerini artırmak
yakıt
zenginleştir

Anglo Saksonlar başka dillerden sözcükler ödünç alarak dili zenginleştirdiler. - The Anglo-Saxons enriched the language by borrowing words from other languages.

Karşılıklı farklılıklarımızla kendimizi zenginleştirelim. - Let us enrich ourselves with our mutual differences.

{f} zengin etmek
enrichmentzenginleştirme
{f} değer katmak
zenginleşme
besin değerini artırmak
{f} süslemek
süslemek tezyin etmek
toprağı daha bereketli hale getirmek
{f} koyulaştırmak
gübrelemek
{f} yüceltmek
zenginlik katmak
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zenginleştirici
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zenginleştirilen
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zenginleştirme

Tom, okuldan sonra matematik zenginleştirme derslerine katılır. - Tom attends maths enrichment classes after school.

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(Nükleer Bilimler) zenginleştirilmiş

Uranyum, nükleer silahlarda kullanılmadan önce zenginleştirilmiş olmak zorunda. - Uranium has to be enriched before it can be used in nuclear weapons.

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{f} zenginleştir: prep.zenginleştire
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(Nükleer Bilimler) zenginleştirme,zenginlik
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zenginleştirmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To add nutrients or fertilizer to the soil; to fertilize
To increase the amount of one isotope in a mixture of isotopes, especially in a nuclear fuel
To adorn, ornate more richly
To improve the state of something

Hobbies enrich lives.

To make (someone) rich or richer
{v} to make rich or fruitful, stock, store
make better or improve in quality; "The experience enriched her understanding"; "enriched foods"
make better or improve in quality; "The experience enriched her understanding"; "enriched foods" make wealthy or richer; "the oil boom enriched a lot of local people
{f} make rich, improve, make better
make wealthy or richer; "the oil boom enriched a lot of local people"
To enrich something means to improve its quality, usually by adding something to it. It is important to enrich the soil prior to planting. + -enriched -enriched nutrient-enriched water
To make rich with manure; to fertilize; said of the soil; as, to enrich land by irrigation
To make rich with any kind of wealth; to render opulent; to increase the possessions of; as, to enrich the understanding with knowledge
make wealthy or richer; "the oil boom enriched a lot of local people
to make someone rich or richer
To supply with knowledge; to instruct; to store; said of the mind
To enrich someone means to increase the amount of money that they have. He will drain, rather than enrich, the country
To supply with ornament; to adorn; as, to enrich a ceiling by frescoes
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The act of adding value or enlightening
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the act of enriching or something enriched
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{n} an increase of wealth or store
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rich
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Superphosphate made with a mixture of sulfuric acid and phosphoric acid This includes any grade between 10 and 19% P (22% and 44% P2O5), commonly 11 to 13% P (25 to 30% P2O5)
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{s} enhanced, refined, improved
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A higher level, more in depth class, within a subject area
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past of enrich
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a term used to describe foods to which nutrients have been added to restore those lost in processing to a level equal to or higher than originally present
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Term describing the concentration of a certain isotope in a material For example, natural uranium contains about 0 7% U-235 For use in reactors, it is usually enriched so that it contains a higher percentage of U-235
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Resupplied with vitamins and minerals lost or diminished during processing of food
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The addition of an element or chemical compound so that its total concentration is at least 10 percent greater than the concentration at a background site
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third-person singular of enrich
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present participle of enrich
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Of something that adds value, either monetary, intellectual, or emotional
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the process of making enriched uranium
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Addition of oxygen to air to raise combustion efficiency, such as reverberatory furnaces, glass tanks, cupolas, etc (0301)
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Providing a child with extra and more sophisticated learning experiences than those normally presented in the curriculum
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Any process by which the content of a specified isotope in an element is increased Uranium, as reactor fuel, usually has to be enriched, i e the natural isotopic abundance of uranium-235 (0 7 %) has to be increased to about 3 % Material at 20 % or greater enrichment is called high enrichment uranium (HEU), below 20 % it is low enrichment uranium (LEU)
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Process of increasing the relative proportion of fissile isotopes in, for example, uranium so that if maybe used as nuclear fuel in a power reactor
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The process of increasing the concentration of one isotope of a given element (in the case of uranium, increasing the percentage of uranium 235)
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the process by which the amount of uranium-235 in a mixture of uranium isotopes is increased from 7% to 2-3%
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The process of increasing the concentration of one isotope of a given element (in the case of uranium, increasing the concentration of uranium-235)
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the enhancement of the curricular program with additional opportunities for learning
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The physical process of increasing the concentration of the uranium-235 isotope relative to the predominant uranium-238 isotope in natural uranium
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A transformation function that combines data from two or more fields in one or more records to create a new field or fields in the output record
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approach to educating the gifted, which broadens and deepens knowledge and skills through extra activities, projects, field trips, or mentoring approach to educating the gifted, which broadens and deepens knowledge and skills through extra activities, projects, field trips, or mentoring
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The addition of nutrients (e g , nitrogen, phosphorus, carbon compounds) from sewage effluent or agricultural runoff to surface water, greatly increases the growth potential for algae and other aquatic plants However, too much can be harmful
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planting timber trees (either exotic or indigenous) in regenerating scrub
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a gift that significantly increases the recipient's wealth
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The act of making rich, or that which enriches; increase of value by improvements, embellishment, etc
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the addition of nitrogen, phosphorous, and carbonaceous compounds, or other nutrients into a lake or other waterway that greatly increases the growth potential for algae and other aquatic plants Most frequently, enrichment results from the inflow of sewage effluents or from agricultural runoff
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act of making fuller or more meaningful or rewarding a gift that significantly increases the recipient's wealth
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the basic strategy of instruction for K-2 AG programs Experiences are designed to elaborate upon the content, skills and products of the basic curriculum
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decoration; embellishment
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The process of covering a subject in great depth than is usual, or tackling subjects not usually covered Frequently offered as an alternative to acceleration in accommodating gifted students
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{i} enhancement, refinement, improvement
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the addition of sugar to grape juice used to make wine; chaptalization
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– Activities designed to promote learning beyond the established curriculum
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When the addition of nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus, from sewage effluent or agricultural runoff to surface water, greatly increases algal growth Eschericha coli (E coli) Coliform bacterium that is often associated with human and animal waste and is found in the intestinal court It is used by health departments and private laboratories t measure the purity of water
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Physical process of increasing the proportion of U-235 to U-238 See also SWU
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Where a pupil is given the opportunity to explore a subject in a broader sense, either working on a more complex task with several objectives, or in a different context (even abstraction) This may involve exploring areas of learning that other pupils do not cover It may take place in or out of the normal classroom environment
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Enrichment is the act of enriching someone or something or the state of being enriched. the enrichment of society
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act of making fuller or more meaningful or rewarding
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College activities not related to study, such as sports, societies etc
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the addition of nutrients into a waterway; greatly increases the growth potential for algae and other aquatic plants
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improvement
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