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
Police practices: League of Women Voters summit on improving police practices in San Francisco.
There are additional plans by the Town/Lions to fully extend the paver sidewalks, improve the playground drainage and refurbish the Lions’ drinking fountain.
There’s also Touch ID baked in to improve security and employ biometrics to access the machine.
There are a lot of reasons for that: New threats from Russia following its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, an improving European economy, and U.S. pressure under both President Barack Obama and, more pointedly, Trump.
Despite persistent calls to improve racial diversity and achieve gender equity, not much has changed; most architects are white men.
It would be armored against 40-millimeter guns and buried improved explosive devices, and feature an active protection system designed to detect, track, and shoot down incoming rockets, anti-tank missiles, and even anti-tank shells.
All aim to improve on commercial random number generators, not only by being free, but by generating the random numbers through transparent protocols and permanently archiving them.
But just because IUDs have improved doesn’t mean everyone is excited about them.
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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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