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English definition of “avail yourself of something”

avail yourself of something

 /əˈveɪl·əv, -ˌʌv, -ˌɑv/ fml
verb phrasal verb with avail
to use something for your own benefit: Voters should avail themselves of all the tools available to get information about the candidates.
(Definition of avail yourself of something from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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