enhancing, present participle; enhanced, past tense; enhances, 3rd person singular present; enhanced, past participle;
Intensify, increase, or further improve the quality, value, or extent of
his refusal does nothing to enhance his reputation
computer techniques that enhance images
increase; "This will enhance your enjoyment"; "heighten the tension"
make better or more attractive; "This sauce will enhance the flavor of the meat"
(enhanced) increased or intensified in value or beauty or quality; "her enhanced beauty was the result of a good night's sleep rather than makeup"; "careful cleaning was responsible for the enhanced value of the painting"
To lift, raise up; To augment or make something greater; To improve something by adding features
(enhanced) In a version or form that has been improved or made better than some other standard form
(Enhanced) A term used in a derisory fashion by FlyerTalkers for benefits REMOVED by an airline, dressed up in a PR spin as an "enhancement" to the program.
(Enhanced) (en-hansd') Applied to an ordinary when removed from its proper position and placed higher up in the field.
("316-Enhanced") Season 5's episode 6, was broadcast before the seventh episode of Season 5, "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham", on February 25, 2009.
(Enhanced) An index fund that is designed to generally track an index but also to outperform it through the use of futures, trading strategy, capital gains management and other methods.
(Enhanced) Nearly all gemstones available today have been enhanced to bring out their best color or to strengthen them. For example, an accepted industry practice in the polishing process for sapphires involves heating the stones to bring out their color. ...
(Enhanced) Next generation of dispenser after I.E.
(Enhanced) Same as the 'Shaded' view but with the edges shown in solid lines
(Enhanced) The artist goes over the edition repainting or touching up special areas.
(Enhanced) level of course offered in school placements for gifted students by the Peel and the Dufferin-Peel Boards.
(ENHANCING) Improving a video image by boosting the high frequency content lost during recording. There are several types of enhancement. The most common accentuates edges between light and dark images.
(enhancing) a nucleotide sequence that increases the rate of genetic transcription by increasing the activity of the nearest promoter on the same DNA molecule
A signal processing technique used to sharpen or improve the image.
To improve existing wetlands to benefit a particular function or value, sometimes at the expense of other functions and values.
Brand new non-ionic adjuvant - Next generation spray adjuvant that is nonyl phenol ethoxylate (NPE) free. A multifaceted adjuvant which offers more spreading, wetting and penetration properties while providing excellent crop safety.
to make greater (as in value, desirability, or attractiveness). (Webster's Collegiate Dictionary) return to top
Improve a record by adding or correcting bibliographic information; especially, participating in one of the international programs (e.g., CONSER) for this purpose.
to increase or improve in value (Sept. 2010)
To heighten specific environmental values of a habitat or ecosystem by management intervention to reduce the severity of undesirable impacts. To increase specific environmental values of a habitat or ecosystem. ...
To increase the spiritual proerties of an object. For instance to make something or someone stronger, faster, or smarter. Often used interchangeably with Vest.