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
Coach Brooks said the team improved its shooting from a 41-39 loss to the Thunder to open the tournament.
As the economy has improved, homeowners are again looking to tap the equity built up in their homes.
The Hawks are betting Bowman’s and Quenneville’s jobs on the idea that their young players will improve faster in the next year than their older core will continue to plummet.
While unemployment rates have been dropping in many parts of the Chicago area as the economy has gradually improved, high rates of joblessness have persisted in several south suburbs, particularly those with larger minority populations.
As soon as doctors allowed last October, Downey traveled to Corvallis to show him her condition had improved.
Only 15 percent of Southerners, think race relations are improving.
Others said the show improved as the season went on, however, with Jones (Krysten Ritter) looking more and more like a superhero by the finale.
Meanwhile, researchers have found that reading fiction improves general brain function and connectivity, boosting emotional intelligence and even muscle memory — handy skills for any job.
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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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