Bedeutung von “advantage” — Learner’s Dictionary


noun [ C, U ] us uk /ədˈvɑːntɪdʒ/

B1 something good about a situation that helps you:

One of the advantages of living in town is having the shops so near.

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B2 something that will help you to succeed:

These new routes will give the airline a considerable advantage over its competitors.
By half time we had a 2-0 advantage (= were winning by two points).
If we could start early it would be to our advantage (= help us to succeed).
→ Opposite disadvantage
take advantage of sth

B1 to use the good things in a situation:

I thought I'd take advantage of the sports facilities while I'm here.
take advantage of sb/sth

B2 to treat someone badly in order to get what you want

(Definition von “advantage” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)