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to help someone and give them an advantage in an unfair way
to treat someone or something better than someone or something else, or to give an advantage to someone or something
to make it easy for someone to have or achieve something that they would normally have to work hard to get
a start-up … whose value has reached more than one billion US dollars
a picket. Workers who cross a picket line continue to work while other workers are on strike.
an afternoon full of crafts
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