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enrich (someone or something) with (something)

To boost or enhance someone or something with something. I always try to enrich my daughters with the life lessons that I've learned over 50 years. Dad has decided to enrich his mind with a cooking class.
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enrich someone or something with something

to improve or enhance someone or something with something. You might want to enrich this soup with a little milk or cream. The teacher enriched her students with field trips and films.
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Australia meanwhile on Monday strongly condemned Iran's decision to enrich uranium to a higher level, with Foreign Minister Stephen Smith branding the move a "serious provocation" that "risks testing the patience of the international community.
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Enrich members can utilise their Enrich Miles to redeem for flight tickets, valid only for one-way and return flights on Malaysia Airlines.
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Tourism Australias Regional General Manager, South/Southeast Asia & The Gulf, Michael Newcombe said,We hope Enrich members will take this opportunity to visit Australia during the winter season and enjoy a variety of seasonal experiences such as whale watching during their annual migration and snow activities in our beautiful ski villages in Victoria and New South Wales.
Official sources said that as Pakistan's requirements for production of enriched uranium fuel will grow in coming years for the Chinese-aided PWRs and Pakistan's own indigenous plant, KRL would be increasingly used to enrich uranium up to 3 percent for use in the fuel fabrication facility.
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The concern in the West is that Iran will enrich the 20 percent uranium further to the 90 percent needed for weaponry.
After Iran saw western suppliers rock the boat and shrug off their responsibility - as enshrined in the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) statute - it started domestic plans to enrich uranium to the purity level of 20 percent.
Russia would then enrich it further to 20 percent and send the stockpile to France for conversion into metal fuel rods.
BBC interviewer Kim Ghattas asked Clinton, "Why not cut to the chase and tell Iran it can enrich its own uranium on its own territory, since everybody knows that this is probably the end result.
Reiterating Iran's ability to enrich uranium to the purity level of 20% to produce fuel plates for the Tehran research reactor, the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) mentioned that the country has produced about 35kg of 20% enriched uranium, which means that the western claims about Iran's inability to do so have all been wrong and unfounded.
Meanwhile, Iran has said it will not give up its right to enrich uranium to more than five percent purity even if it signs a deal for a third party to do it.
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