- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of improve.
“The title improves on the iPhone's default camera app by adding extra features, like software stabilization and touch-based exposure control.”
“He wouldn't offer much after the game, beyond saying that winning the title improves his chances of returning.”
“Radwin improves cellular backhaul capacity at lower cost.”
“The only thing that improves is labor cost through faster growth.”
“I think anyone in office learns and improves from the experiences they've had initially," said Bruce Bereano, a lobbyist sympathetic to Ehrlich.”
“Few understand how a properly searched title improves the public record.”
“Do you really believe name calling improves the quality of the conversation?”
“The synergy that should emerge between such formations and the ANC branches, as a whole should in the long term improves and sustains the level of political consciousness of our people.”
“Whether it be productivity; export performance; utilisation of capacity; or fixed investment, the prognosis for the long-term improves by the month.”
“As a tourist, if you are lucky they will just tell you they can't do it; if not then (this being Thailand) they wil try their best to help you which means firing lots of helpful questions which you won't understand and will make you feel really out of place (I hope for that effect to diminish over time as my lingo improves).”
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