Bettering [verb]

Definition of Bettering:

improve performance; outdo

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Sentence/Example of Bettering:

Lots of people have to use this technology for it to work, or even to see what needs to be tweaked to make it work better.

They understandably want and deserve better personal protective equipment, testing, contact tracing and ventilation.

The picture was made in 1958, the same year that the better-known Morris Louis painted most of his multilayered “Veils.”

We should have a better idea of rain timing and amounts as we get closer.

If Wall can stay healthy, he is a better fit alongside Beal and he is far more likely to help Washington’s younger players reach their potential.

The joint bipartisan committee and partnered District agencies have spent the better part of the year preparing for the formal launch regardless of the Election Day outcome.

Indeed, the next four players selected — Devin Vassell, Tyrese Haliburton, Kira Lewis and Aaron Nesmith — might have been better options for Phoenix.

If that seems like too many “ifs” for too little payoff, putting out feelers for a better opportunity at another employer might be the simplest solution for you, pandemic or no.

Even better, the district frequently offers fun events like a monthly wine walk, an annual pumpkin festival, and a small business Saturday mimosa walk.

It feels to me like we’ll work through this period of time better than we did in the first wave.