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1Make unfair demands on (someone) who cannot or will not resist; exploit or make unfair use of for one"s own benefit.


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‘It was more likely that they were simply taking advantage of, exploiting, if you will, mistakes that had been made by others and that had gone undetected.’‘In other words, he is taking advantage of, or exploiting, the local people and their customs in the furtherance of his own career.’‘Foreign investors want to take advantage of all the benefits above.’‘And while I definitely took advantage of the college benefits, that"s not the motivation.’‘The reforms are designed to save the National Health Service, not to scrap it, by supposedly making it more efficient and taking advantage of the benefits of private sector efficiency.’‘And that means city businesses are being blocked from taking advantage of benefits enjoyed by many of their competitors.’‘A lifestyle that takes advantage of the health benefits of wine is proving to be a particularly good fit for women.’‘They want to take advantage of all benefits that both Korea and US offer their citizens.’‘I took advantage of this benefit and exercised three or four days a week, losing 10 pounds in six months.’‘‘The cost of goods on the market has also gone up as people are taking advantage of the shortage to exploit consumers,’ he said.’‘Central Florida amusement parks and tourist attractions benefited from more visitors taking advantage of deals and discounts.’‘Almost 3500 members are currently taking advantage of this benefit.’‘Furthermore, his libretto takes advantage of one benefit that opera has over the novel: music can allow several things to happen at the same time.’‘It takes about six days for a hacker to create an exploit that takes advantage of an announced vulnerability.’‘How easy was it for writers to take advantage of the financial benefits that the sales of printed books seemed to offer to them?’‘He is calling on industry to take advantage of the benefits of the third-party program.’‘The Jacksonville University employee takes advantage of a benefit and gets her degree.’‘So they"re taking advantage of that situation and benefiting in some cases very significantly as a result of this deliberate strategy.’‘This gave her a sort of freedom that she took advantage of, but did not exploit.’‘Are you being charged a monthly fee for ‘benefits’ that you rarely or never take advantage of?’
exploit, abuse, impose on, prey on, play on, misuse, ill-treat, bleed, suck dry, squeeze, wring, enslave, treat unfairly, withhold rights from