Examples of improve in a Sentence
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.
Recent Examples of improve from the Web
Blockchain tech has the potential to prevent fraud, save time and money with efficiency, and improve tracking of everything from digital currency to insurance claims, patient records and product shipments.
Stan Wilson’s family had hoped a lawsuit would compel the Dallas fire department to accept responsibility for his death and improve safety for other firefighters.
Steadily improving, Appleby then worked on pit crews for truck series and Xfinity series races, considered NASCAR's developmental leagues.
There are other available players who could improve the club’s chances of making the playoffs for the first time in seven years but none to the extent of Machado.
Trump has long argued that improving relaxations with Russia would be good for both nations.
Bice said Alvogen does not take a position on the death penalty itself but opposes the use of the drug in a way that is fundamentally contrary to its purpose — saving and improving lives.
Lauren Schulte, the project’s representative, said at the meeting last Thursday that 5 acres of land is planned to be converted to a wedding event venue mainly by improving landscaping.
Wildlife biologist David Ledford wants to change that picture and turn the mine in Bell County, Ky., into something closer to what the law envisioned, hopefully improving both the environment and the local economy.
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Origin and Etymology of improve
Synonym Discussion of improve
- measures to further improve the quality of medical care
- immigrants hoping to better their lot
- a coat of paint would help that house
- tried to ameliorate the lives of people in the tenements
IMPROVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of improve for English Language Learners
: to make (something) better
: to become better
IMPROVE Defined for Kids
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