berige

berige
1
обогаща́ть

beríge sig (på ngt) — обогаща́ться (за счёт чего-л.)

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edify, enrich, fortify
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vb enrich ( fx the mind, one's life, the language; enriched uranium);
[berige sig] line one's pockets;
F enrich oneself ( fx at the expense of others).

Danish-English dictionary. 2013.

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