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advantage

noun     /ədˈvɑːn.tɪdʒ/ US  /-ˈvæn.ɪdʒ/
[C or U] a condition giving a greater chance of success 有利条件,有利因素;优势;好处 The advantage of booking tickets in advance is that you get better seats. 提前订票的好处就是可以得到比较好的座位。 Despite the twin advantages of wealth and beauty, she did not have a happy life. 尽管拥有财富和美貌的双重优势,她的生活并不幸福。 [+ to infinitive] It would be to your advantage (= It would improve the situation for you) to agree to his demands. 答应他的要求对你有利。 For a goalkeeper, it's a great advantage to have big hands. 对守门员来说,长一双大手是很大的优势。 His height and reach give him a big advantage over (= make him better than) other boxers. 他身高臂长,这使他在和其他拳击手较量时占有很大优势。 UK formal "Do you know how old I am?" "I'm afraid you have the advantage of me there (= you know the answer but I do not)." “你知道我多大了吗?”“恐怕我不知道。” Advantage and disadvantage
take advantage of sth
to use the good things in a situation 利用;利用…的机会 I thought I'd take advantage of the sports facilities while I'm here. 我想趁我在这儿期间,要好好利用一下这里的体育设施。 Using and misusing
take advantage of sb/sth disapproving
to treat someone badly in order to get something good from them 占…的便宜;欺骗 I think she takes advantage of his good nature. 我认为她利用他善良的本性占他的便宜。 I know she's offered to babysit any time but I don't want her to think we're taking advantage of her. 我知道她主动提出随时来照看我们的孩子,但是我不想让她觉得我们在占她的便宜。 Advantage and disadvantage
[U] the word used in tennis when a player has won the point after deuce (网球中的)局末平分后占先,优势分 Advantage Miss Williams! 威廉斯小姐占先! Tennis and racket sports
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