Übersetzung von “advantage” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch


noun uk /ədˈvɑːn·tɪdʒ/ us /ədˈvæn·t̬ɪdʒ/

B1 something good that helps you

One advantage of living in town is being close to all the shops.
take advantage of something

B1 to use the things that are good or that can help you in a situation

aprovechar algo
Take advantage of the fitness centre while you’re here.
take advantage of someone/something

to treat someone or something badly in order to get what you want

aprovecharse de algo/alguien
I think she takes advantage of his generosity.

(Übersetzung von “advantage” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)


noun /ədˈvaːntidʒ/

(a) gain or benefit

There are several advantages in being self-employed.

in tennis, the first point gained after deuce.

advantageous /ӕdvənˈteidʒəs/ adjective

having or giving an advantage

Because of his experience, he was in an advantageous position for promotion.
advantageously adverb

con ventaja
Teamwork is frequently essential for colleagues to work advantageously.
have an/the advantage (over)

to be in a better or more advantageous position (than)

tener ventaja (sobre)
As she already knew French, she had an advantage over the rest of the class.
take advantage of

to make use of (a situation, person etc) in such a way as to benefit oneself

aprovechar, aprovecharse de
We took full advantage of the fine weather to go for a walk.

to make use of someone or something in a way that is unfair or dishonest

Aprovecharse de
He took advantage of her helpfulness by getting her to do extra work without being paid.
turn/use something to your advantage

to use or change something, especially a bad situation, so that it helps you to achieve something

Cambiar las tornas
We turned the delay to our advantage by using the time to do some last-minute shopping.

(Übersetzung von “advantage” aus dem PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)