Pronunciation of Improve
/ɪmpɹˈuːv/, /ɪmpɹˈuːv/, /ɪ_m_p_ɹ_ˈuː_v/

Definition of improve

Usage examples :

  • Is it a machine to improve equality and the rights of man? "Mr. Midshipman Easy" – Captain Frederick Marryat
  • He doesn't seem to improve much." "The Crisis, Volume 7" – Winston Churchill
  • Alfred Bernard had the good fortune to have the fair Virginia under his immediate charge; but the hearts of both were too full to improve the opportunity with much conversation. "Hansford: A Tale of Bacon's Rebellion" – St. George Tucker


  1. prove, move, you've, duve, groove;
  2. approve, behoove, remove, disprove;
  3. disapprove;



  1. improve (up)on sth;

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