enhancement

  • 1 enhancement — I (exaggeration) noun aggrandizement, elaboration, embellishment, exaggeration, exaltation, hyperbole, magnification, overstatement, superlative II (increase) noun accession, advance, aggrandizement, amelioration, amendment, amplification,… …

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  • 2 Enhancement — En*hance ment, n. The act of increasing, or state of being increased; augmentation; aggravation; as, the enhancement of value, price, enjoyments, crime. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3 Enhancement — (engl. enhance, verbessern, erhöhen) steht im radiologischen Fachjargon für die Anreicherung von Kontrastmittel in bestimmten Strukturen, die sich in der Computertomografie hyperdens darstellen: siehe Computertomografie in der Kernspintomografie… …

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  • 4 enhancement — 1570s, from ENHANCE (Cf. enhance) + MENT (Cf. ment) …

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  • 5 Enhancement — An innovation that has a positive impact on one or more of a firm s existing products. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * enhancement UK US /ɪnˈhɑːnsmənt/ US  /ɪnˈhænsmənt/ noun [C or U] ► a change, or a process of change, that improves… …

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  • 6 enhancement — An innovation that has a positive impact on one or more of a firm s existing products. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * enhancement UK US /ɪnˈhɑːnsmənt/ US  /ɪnˈhænsmənt/ noun [C or U] ► a change, or a process of change, that improves… …

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  • 7 enhancement — [[t]ɪnhɑ͟ːnsmənt, hæ̱ns [/t]] enhancements N VAR: usu with supp, oft N of n The enhancement of something is the improvement of it in relation to its value, quality, or attractiveness. [FORMAL] Music is merely an enhancement to the power of her… …

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  • 8 enhancement — 1. The act of augmenting. 2. In immunology, the prolongation of a process or event by suppressing an opposing process. acoustic e. a manifestation of increased echo amplitude returning from regions beyond an object, such as a fluid filled cyst,… …

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  • 9 enhancement — noun Enhancement is used after these nouns: ↑performance, ↑productivity …

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  • 10 enhancement — praturtinimas statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. enhancement vok. Anreicherung, f rus. обогащение, n pranc. enrichissement, m …

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  • 11 enhancement — enhance ► VERB ▪ increase the quality, value, or extent of. DERIVATIVES enhancement noun enhancer noun. ORIGIN originally in the sense «elevate»: from Old French enhauncer, from Latin altus high …

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  • 12 enhancement — noun see enhance …

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  • 13 enhancement — release of fish from an aquaculture facility to increase the size or growth of a wild fishery or other stock. The releases may be fry or older fish …

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  • 14 enhancement — See enhance. * * * …

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  • 15 enhancement — noun an improvement …

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  • 16 Enhancement — Усиление; увеличение; Повышение качества, оптимизация …

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  • 17 enhancement — Synonyms and related words: Great Leap Forward, accelerando, acceleration, advance, advancement, aggrandizement, aggravation, amelioration, amendment, amplification, annoyance, ascent, augmentation, ballyhoo, beefing up, bettering, betterment,… …

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  • 18 enhancement — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. augmentation, intensification, enrichment; see improvement 1 , 2 , increase 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Something added to another for embellishment or completion: accompaniment, complement, enrichment. See… …

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  • 19 Enhancement — En|hancement [enhä̱nßment; zu engl. to enhance = erhöhen, übertreiben] s; s, s: Effekt spezifischer Immunseren, das Wachstum von Tumoren zu fördern, wenn zuvor mit Tumorgewebe oder Tumorantigen gegen das maligne Gewebe desensibilisiert wurde …

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  • 20 Enhancement — En|hance|ment [in hɑ:nsmənt] das; s, s <zu engl. to enhance »erhöhen, übertreiben«, dies über altfr. enhauncier (wohl verderbt aus enhaucier) zu vulgärlat. *inaltiare, dies zu ↑in... u. lat. altiare »erheben, erhöhen«> Effekt spezifischer… …

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