1) to render one’s chances for success less likely, especially in ways that subject it to external influences;
2) to jeopardize in such a way as to cede control over the outcome
The project manager's exhausting application of his "expertise" to every minute task enchanced the projections for on-time completion.
de Turd Bard 21 mai 2014
Wil Wheaton's version of "enhance" as it pertains to wild-eyed zooming-in on Google Maps.
Wil Wheaton: "Saying, “ENCHANCE” makes zooming in on Google Maps 100% more awesome."
de Sorry Puppy 17 septembre 2013

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