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Noun
A favourable or desirable feature
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“Stop-start town traffic gave an advantage to the hybrids, with the Prius, which can run solely on its electric motor at slow speeds, far in the lead.”
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A condition or circumstance that puts one in a favorable position
“We currently have a significant advantage over our competitors when it comes to our market share.”
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A position of superiority or dominance
“On the criterion of competence, Clarke had the advantage over his rivals.”
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A benefit in comparison to other available options
“The advantage of staying at this expensive hotel is its central location.”
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One's own self-interest
“His defense team has picked a jury that will work to their advantage.”
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A right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class
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An advantage or a characteristically favorable point
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The health, happiness, and fortunes of a person or group
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The object or goal of something
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An improvement or advantage
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Influence or power, especially in politics or business
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A redeeming quality, feature or characteristic
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A good or beneficial quality or attribute of a person or thing
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Favour shown to one person or thing over another or others
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The power of self-determination
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A firm contact or grip
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A chance or random event or circumstance
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Top advantage in a competition, occupying the front position, leading the rest
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A chance or possibility for progress or profit
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Compensation or reward given for loss or harm suffered
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A result or outcome, especially from work or activity
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The number by which votes for one candidate are more than those for all other candidates together
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A profit from an investment
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A foothold, early stage, or initial position that grants an advantage or entry into a situation
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To be beneficial to
“His height and athleticism would advantage him when it came to playing basketball.”
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To enhance the value of something, or to make more efficient
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To be of use or assistance
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