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exploit (verb), exploits; exploited; exploiting
1. To get value or usefulness from something: Jack has never fully exploited his musical talents.
2. To make full use of and to derive benefit from a resource: Hundreds of companies have decided to exploit the new technology of providing information on the Internet.
3. To take advantage of or to make selfish use of someone or something: Jim's employer has been exploiting his workers with long hours and low pay for a long time.
To utilize or to make use of for one's own profit.
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To make unethical use of for one's own advantage.
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Acts or deeds.