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DISADVANTAGE meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
He had the added disadvantage of being the only man present. You have to set the advantages of the scheme against the disadvantages. Wherever you choose to live there are always going to be disadvantages. Whichever option we choose there'll' be disadvantages.
disadvantage meaning of disadvantage in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English LDOCE.
the advantages outweigh the disadvantages there are more advantages than disadvantages The advantages of building the new road would outweigh the disadvantages. THESAURUS disadvantage noun countable a bad feature that something has, which makes it less good or less useful than other things What do you think are the disadvantages of nuclear energy?
disadvantages synonyms and related words Macmillan Dictionary.
a disadvantage or weak point that makes someone or something less effective. the disadvantages or bad experiences that are a necessary part of achieving something that you want. a feature of something that makes it less useful than it could be.
Disadvantage definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary.
Word forms: plural disadvantages. A disadvantage is a factor which makes someone or something less useful, acceptable, or successful than other people or things. His two main rivals suffer the disadvantage of having been long-term political exiles. the advantages and disadvantages of allowing priests to marry.
Disadvantage Definition of Disadvantage by Merriam-Webster.
Examples of disadvantage in a Sentence. Noun She had the disadvantage of growing up in a poor community. They argued that the new regulations would place their company at a competitive disadvantage in the marketplace. There are advantages and disadvantages to the new system.
Disadvantage Synonyms, Disadvantage Antonyms Merriam-Webster Thesaurus.
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