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advantage pronunciación
noun
1 a favourable circumstance; benefit or usefulness.
2 a circumstance that may help one to succeed, win, etc.
3 superiority over another.
4 tennis the point scored after deuce1.
verb (advantaged , advantaging ) to benefit someone or improve their position.
[14c: from French avantage , from avant before; see also advance]
have the advantage of someone to know something that is not known to them; to be in a better position than them.
take advantage of someone or something
1 to make use of a situation, a person's good nature, etc in such a way as to benefit oneself.
2 old use to seduce someone.
to advantage in such a way as to emphasize the good qualities shows off her figure to advantage .
to one's advantage of benefit or importance to one.
turn something to advantage to use a circumstance, situation, etc in such a way as to get some benefit from it.


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