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  1. ad·van·tage
    IPA[ədˈvan(t)ij]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. put in a favorable or more favorable position.

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: advantage, plural noun: advantages

    • v.: verb: advantage, 3rd person present: advantages, gerund or present participle: advantaging, past tense: advantaged, past participle: advantaged

    • noun

      a condition or circumstance that puts one in a favourable or superior position:

      the opportunity to gain something; benefit or profit:

    • verb

      put in a favourable or superior position.
    • adjective

      having a comparatively favorable position in terms of economic or social circumstances:
    • adjective

      having a comparatively favourable position in terms of economic or social circumstances:
    • in a way which displays or makes good use of the best aspects of something
    • noun

      a condition or circumstance that puts a company in a favorable or superior business position:
    • noun

      the ratio of the force produced by a machine to the force applied to it, used in assessing the performance of a machine.
    • noun

      the ability of an individual or group to carry out a particular economic activity (such as making a specific product) more efficiently than another activity.
    • noun

      the ability of an individual or group to carry out a particular economic activity more efficiently than another individual or group.
    • noun

      the ability of an individual or group to carry out a particular economic activity (such as making a specific product) more efficiently than another activity.
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