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the advantages of a good education
Her teaching experience gives her an advantage when working with children.
The home team always have an advantage over their opponents.
She was at a distinct advantage because people trusted her.
It would be to your advantage to prepare questions in advance.
Important principles are being sacrificed for political advantage.
Some people try to gain advantage by exploiting their personal contacts.
Having children when you’re older has both advantages and disadvantages.
Flexibility is one of the many advantages of working from home.
The equipment has the additional advantage of being easy to carry.
salesmen who take advantage of elderly customers
Moss took advantage of the defender’s mistake to score a goal.
Many schools don’t take full advantage of the Internet.
The dark foliage really shows the flowers off to best advantage.
This is the British English definition of advantage. View American English definition of advantage.
a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …add a word
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