Definition of enrich
: to make rich or richer especially by the addition or increase of some desirable quality, attribute, or ingredient the experience will enrich your life: such asa : to add beauty to : adornb : to enhance the taste of butter will enrich the saucec : to make (a soil) more fertiled : to improve the nutritive value of (a food) by adding nutrients (such as vitamins or amino acids) and especially by restoring part of the nutrients lost in processing enriched floure : to process so as to add or increase the proportion of a desirable ingredient enriched uranium enriched natural gas
enrichmentplay \in-ˈrich-mənt, en-\ noun
Examples of enrich in a Sentence
They tried to enrich themselves at the expense of the poor.
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He used manure to enrich the soil.
The drink is enriched with vitamin C.
Origin and Etymology of enrich
Middle English, from Anglo-French enrichir, enricher, from en- + riche rich
First Known Use: 14th century
ENRICH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enrich for English Language Learners
: to make (someone) rich or richer
: to improve the quality of (something) : to make (something) better
: to improve the usefulness or quality of (something) by adding something to it
ENRICH Defined for Kids
Definition of enrich for Students
1 : to make rich or richer
2 : to improve the quality of food by adding vitamins and minerals enriched flour
3 : to make more fertile Farmers enrich soil with fertilizer.
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