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  1. disadvantage

    • IPA[dɪsədˈvɑːntɪdʒ]

    英式

    • n.
      an unfavourable circumstance or condition that reduces the chances of success or effectiveness
    • v.
      put in an unfavourable position in relation to someone or something else
    • verb: disadvantage, 3rd person present: disadvantages, gerund or present participle: disadvantaging, past tense: disadvantaged, past participle: disadvantaged

    • noun: disadvantage, plural noun: disadvantages

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    • 1. put in an unfavourable position in relation to someone or something else the pension scheme tends to disadvantage women
    • adj.
      (of a person or area) in unfavorable circumstances, especially with regard to financial or ... disadvantaged groups such as the elderly and unemployed we began to help the disadvantaged

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a person or area) in unfavourable circumstances, especially with regard to financial or ... disadvantaged groups such as the unemployed we began to help the disadvantaged

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      in an unfavorable position relative to someone or something else

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      in an unfavourable position relative to someone or something else

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      so as to cause harm to one's interests or standing

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      so as to cause harm to one's interests or standing

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˌdisədˈvan(t)ij]

    美式

    • n.
      an unfavorable circumstance or condition that reduces the chances of success or effectiveness: a major disadvantage is the limited nature of the data the impact of poverty and disadvantage on children
    • v.
      place in an unfavorable position in relation to someone or something else: we are disadvantaging the next generation

    Oxford American Dictionary