Enrich may mean:

  • Education.
  • The process of adding nutrients to cereals or grain: see food fortification.
  • The process of adding sugar to grape must during winemaking in order to achieve a higher alcohol content of the wine, more commonly referred to as chaptalization.
  • Behavioral enrichment, the practice of providing animals under managed care with stimuli such as natural and artificial objects.
  • Environmental enrichment (neural), how the brain is affected by the stimulation of its information processing provided by its surroundings
  • The process of enhancing breathing gas for scuba diving (e.g. in Enriched Air Nitrox).
  • Job enrichment, improving work processes and environments so they are more satisfying for employees.
  • Nuclear enrichment, the process of increasing the Uranium-235 content of nuclear fuel in preparation for nuclear power plants or nuclear weapons.
    • The United States Enrichment Corporation, a manufacturer of enriched uranium.
  • Unjust enrichment, in civil law, a term for someone who has benefitted another party with the expectation of compensation, but who has not been justly compensated.
  • The Enrichment Center Percussion Ensemble from the Enrichment Centre in Winston-Salem NC
  • The Living Enrichment Center, a church in Portland, Oregon.
  • The notion of enriched category in mathematics.

Famous quotes containing the word enrichment:

    War is a most uneconomical, foolish, poor arrangement, a bloody enrichment of that soil which bears the sweet flower of peace ...
    M. E. W. Sherwood (1826–1903)