You can improve your chances of profit by sensible planning.
Massage is used to relax muscles, relieve stress and improve the circulation.
To improve hand-eye co-ordination, practise throwing and catching balls.
It also tried to improve the lot of minorities.
You can even play again and improve your score.
Delegates said it would improve road safety as well.
It is unfair to criticize him so soon after he has started. After a week when he has got into his stride,I am sure his work will improve.
Your mastery of the language has much improved.
I hope for the weather to improve soon.
If something improves or if you improve it, it gets better.
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Both the texture and condition of your hair should improve...
The weather is beginning to improve...
Time won't improve the situation...
He improved their house.
If a skill you have improves or you improve a skill, you get better at it.
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Their French has improved enormously...
He said he was going to improve his football.
If you improve after an illness or an injury, your health gets better or you get stronger.
He had improved so much the doctor had cut his dosage.
If you improve on a previous achievement of your own or of someone else, you achieve a better standard or result.
We need to improve on our performance against France.
vt. & vi.
改善, 改进, 提高
If he can keep from smoking for a month or two his health will improve.
The proprietor is trying to improve the land.
1. to make better;
- " "The editor improved the manuscript with his changes" "
2. get better;
- " "The weather improved toward evening" "
early 16th cent. (as emprowe or improwe): from Anglo-Norman French emprower (based on Old French prou 'profit', ultimately from Latin prodest 'is of advantage'); -owe was changed to -ove under the influence of prove. The original sense was 'make a profit, increase the value of'; subsequently 'make greater in amount or degree'