ALL meanings of advantaged

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  • adjective advantaged A person or place that is advantaged is in a better social or financial position than other people or places. 3
  • adjective advantaged in a superior social or economic position 3
  • adjective advantaged having greater resources or better skills, education, facilities, etc.: She is more advantaged than her cousin. 1
  • adjective advantaged having sufficient or abundant income, natural resources, etc.; affluent: the advantaged nations. 1
  • noun advantaged any state, circumstance, opportunity, or means specially favorable to success, interest, or any desired end: the advantage of a good education. 1
  • noun advantaged benefit; gain; profit: It will be to his advantage to learn Chinese before going to China. 1
  • noun advantaged superiority or ascendancy (often followed by over or of): His height gave him an advantage over his opponent. 1
  • noun advantaged a position of superiority (often followed by over or of): their advantage in experienced players. 1
  • noun advantaged Tennis. the first point scored after deuce. 1
  • verb with object advantaged to be of service to; yield profit or gain to; benefit. 1
  • verb with object advantaged to cause to advance; further; promote: Such action will advantage our cause. 1
  • verb with object advantaged to prove beneficial to; profit: It would advantage him to work harder. 1
  • idioms advantaged 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 advantaged 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 advantaged to advantage, to good effect; advantageously: The paintings were arranged to advantage on one wall. 1
  • noun advantaged Having a comparatively favorable position, typically in terms of economic or social circumstances. 1
  • verb advantaged simple past tense and past participle of advantage. 0
  • adjective advantaged Having been given an advantage, such as by biased referees in a competition. 0
  • adjective advantaged (of a person) Financially secure; elite and economically successful. 0
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