ALL meanings of advantage

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  • countable noun advantage An advantage is something that puts you in a better position than other people. 3
  • uncountable noun advantage Advantage is the state of being in a better position than others who are competing against you. 3
  • countable noun advantage An advantage is a way in which one thing is better than another. 3
  • noun advantage superior or more favourable position or power 3
  • noun advantage benefit or profit (esp in the phrase to one's advantage) 3
  • noun advantage the point scored after deuce 3
  • noun advantage the resulting state of the score 3
  • noun advantage a more favorable position; superiority 3
  • noun advantage a favorable or beneficial circumstance, event, etc. 3
  • noun advantage gain or benefit 3
  • noun advantage the first point scored after deuce 3
  • verb transitive advantage to give an advantage to; be a benefit or aid to 3
  • noun advantage factor leading to success 1
  • noun advantage competitive superiority, favour 1
  • noun advantage benefit or gain 1
  • noun advantage tennis: point scored after deuce 1
  • noun advantage any state, circumstance, opportunity, or means specially favorable to success, interest, or any desired end: the advantage of a good education. 1
  • noun advantage benefit; gain; profit: It will be to his advantage to learn Chinese before going to China. 1
  • noun advantage superiority or ascendancy (often followed by over or of): His height gave him an advantage over his opponent. 1
  • noun advantage a position of superiority (often followed by over or of): their advantage in experienced players. 1
  • noun advantage Tennis. the first point scored after deuce. 1
  • verb with object advantage to be of service to; yield profit or gain to; benefit. 1
  • verb with object advantage to cause to advance; further; promote: Such action will advantage our cause. 1
  • verb with object advantage to prove beneficial to; profit: It would advantage him to work harder. 1
  • idioms advantage have the advantage of, to be in a superior or advantageous position; possess an advantage over: By virtue of independent wealth, he has the advantage of his opponents. 1
  • idioms advantage take advantage of, to make use of for gain: to take advantage of an opportunity. to impose upon, especially unfairly, as by exploiting a weakness: to take advantage of someone. 1
  • idioms advantage to advantage, to good effect; advantageously: The paintings were arranged to advantage on one wall. 1
  • noun advantage A condition or circumstance that puts one in a favorable or superior position. 1
  • noun advantage Any condition, circumstance, opportunity or means, particularly favorable to success, or to any desired end. 0
  • noun advantage (Obsolete (No longer in use)) Superiority; mastery; — used with of to specify its nature or with over to specify the other party. 0
  • noun advantage Superiority of state, or that which gives it; benefit; gain; profit; as, the advantage of a good constitution. 0
  • noun advantage (tennis) The score where one player wins a point after deuce but needs the next too to carry the game. 0
  • noun advantage (soccer) The continuation of the game after a foul against the attacking team, because the attacking team are in a advantageous position. 0
  • noun advantage Interest of money; increase; overplus (as the thirteenth in the baker's dozen). 0
  • verb advantage (Transitive Verb) To provide (someone) with an advantage, to give an edge to. 0
  • verb advantage (reflexive) To do something for one's own benefit; to take advantage of. 0
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