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advantage (s) (noun), advantages (pl)
1 A superior or favorable position in relation to someone or something: Henry was hoping to gain an advantage in his negotiations with the company.
2. A circumstance or factor that places a person in a favorable position in relation to another individual or to other people.
3. Etymology: from Old French avant, "before"; from Latin abante, "before".
This entry is located in the following units: ad- (page 10) ante-, ant- (page 1)
(controlling access has its advantages)
(Egyptian schools for scribes prepared students so they could have the economic advantages of those who worked in this profession)
(conduct of public affairs for private advantages; people who have the gift of gab and the gift of grab)
Word Entries containing the term: “advantages
absolute advantage (s), absolute advantages (pl) (noun forms)
In economics, the ability of a country, individual, company, or region to produce more of a good or service with the same amount of resources, or the same amount of a good or service with fewer resources, than the cost at which any other comparable entity produces that good or service.
This entry is located in the following unit: solv-, -solu-, solut-, -sol, -soluble, -solubility, -solvent (page 1)