- an unfavourable circumstance or condition that reduces the chances of success or effectiveness
- put in an unfavourable position in relation to someone or something else
noun: disadvantage, plural noun: disadvantages
verb: disadvantage, 3rd person present: disadvantages, gerund or present participle: disadvantaging, past tense: disadvantaged, past participle: disadvantaged
- 1. an unfavourable circumstance or condition that reduces the chances of success or effectiveness a major disadvantage is the limited nature of the data situations of serious social and economic disadvantage 同義詞 反義詞
- 1. put in an unfavourable position in relation to someone or something else the pension scheme tends to disadvantage women
...母語人士約定俗成的習慣說法，最能達到溝通的目的。 2. advantages and disadvantages 前後也可互換嗎?同樣四億筆的資料庫，advantages and disadvantages...
The disadvantages are： 1. Long hours away from home and very irregular ...
Disadvantages of Taking Public Transportations. There are many disadvantages of taking public transportations. For example...public transportations. It's so terrible that I am not dare to fall asleep, and even close to others on the bus. These are some disadvantages of taking public transportation.