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Meaning of “advantageous” in the English Dictionary

(Definition of advantageous from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"advantageous" in Business English

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advantageousadjective

uk   us   /ˌædvənˈteɪdʒəs/
something that is advantageous helps you or is useful to you: advantageous for sb How can we make ​economicgrowth more advantageous for ​smallcommunities?advantageous to/for sb Pre-selling is advantageous to both ​customers and ​stores.it is advantageous to do sth When it comes to ​investingmoney, it is advantageous to have a well-balanced, ​diversifiedapproach. Unfortunately, we are no ​longer in the ​competitively advantageous ​position we were in five ​years ago. Employee ​shareschemesallowstaff to ​buyshares on advantageous ​terms. WTO ​members are ​committed to ​delivering a mutually advantageoustradeliberalization. advantageous ​deals/​prices/​rates economically/​financially/​politically advantageous
advantageously
adverb /ˌædvænˈteɪdʒəsli/
Negotiating advantageously from a ​position of ​weakness is not ​easy.
(Definition of advantageous from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “advantageous”
in Arabic مَفيد, نافِع…
in Korean 유리한, 이로운…
in Portuguese vantajoso…
in Catalan avantatjós…
in Japanese 有利な, 都合のよい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有利的, 有优势的, 有好处的…
in Turkish fayda, avantaj sağlayan…
in Russian выгодный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有利的, 有優勢的, 有好處的…
in Italian vantaggioso…
in Polish korzystny…
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