Translation of enrichment in Spanish:


enriquecimiento, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈrɪtʃmənt/ /ɛnˈrɪtʃmənt/ /ɛnˈrɪtʃm(ə)nt/

See Spanish definition of enriquecimiento


  • 1

    (of person, country)
    enriquecimiento masculine
    • Privatisations were conducted corruptly for the enrichment of a greedy few.
    • He said the party would rally against the stripping of national assets for the enrichment of a handful of private individuals.
    • It would take democratic control of the major corporations and reorganise production to meet the needs of society, rather than the enrichment of a handful of company chiefs and major stockholders.
    • The central economic case for land-value taxation was the enrichment of all members of a community who were willing to work.
    • Personal enrichment of any person within the non-profit organization must remain strictly prohibited.
    • They both devoted themselves to the further enrichment of an oligarchy at the expense of the people.
    • Opposition figures have suggested that the money was either part of a government slush fund or evidence of illegal enrichment on her part.
    • In this province, it appears as if corruption and the single-minded pursuit of illegal enrichment at the expense of others are liberally spread across all sectors within government.
    • Several deputies from another opposition party filed a complaint accusing the couple of illicit enrichment, but a judge ruled that they had committed no crime.
    • Scandals involved relatively small sums of money, usually destined for party funds rather than personal enrichment.
  • 2

    (of language, culture etc)
    enriquecimiento masculine
    • Quality academic advising has often been identified as an important facet in the retention and enrichment of college students.
    • The most important is that of population growth carries with it a qualitative enrichment of community life.
    • After-school and summer programs support academic enrichment and life-skills development.
    • As well as using music for continued artistic enrichment, she has favourite records that fire off associations with particular events.
    • Adams took over responsibility for "a shining constellation of museums ... with the responsibility to use these resources for the cultural enrichment and education of the nation".
    • Official instructions are being sent to farmers informing them of their obligation to give pigs "environmental enrichment".
    • We've been conditioned to expect music for free, to our great cultural enrichment.
    • It's a non-profit after-school program to provide educational enrichment for kids in the area.
    • When great musicians, they leave behind a wealth of evidence of their enrichment of music and each other.
    • His contributions towards enrichment of literature and society's progress have been widely acclaimed.