advantage
[əd'vɑ:ntɪdʒ]

noun

[Definition]: better or superior than, in a better or more favorable position

[Example Sentences]:
1. Google is also taking advantage of the app extension system Apple added with iOS 8.
2. The launch of platforms as a new base of competitive advantage will accelerate in 2014.
3. Is this a deal you will take advantage of to grab a Surface Pro 3?
4. To take advantage of 802.11ac features, you need gadgets that support 802.11ac.
5. That manufacturing advantage peaked in the mid 1980s.
6. Twitter is taking advantage of all this with a new app and new features.
7. We are not going to let other countries take advantage of us anymore.
8. The advantage is that you can access the same information from any device.
9. We look at the ways companies can take advantage of it and how to get started.
10. That means other developers can program applications to take advantage of them.
11. Apple has a major advantage over the small army of apps and Android devices.
12. The biggest advantage I had was being at Microsoft and seeing the value.
13. That can be an advantage when it comes to working on complex projects.
14. Where it does have an advantage is when it comes to applications.
15. The big advantage with the cloud is there is a huge increase in capacity and throughput.


[Antonyms]disadvantage

[Synonyms]virtue
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