Definition of 'at a disadvantage'
Example sentences containing 'at a disadvantage'
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His local comprehensive had a good sports system but they were always at a disadvantage against their fee-paying opponents. Times, Sunday Times (2016)As mothers or potential mothers, we are always at a disadvantage against male applicants. The Sun (2011)The pace was faster on the far side and he might have been at a disadvantage racing against the stands' side rail. The Sun (2014)But City experts warned UK banks may now be at a disadvantage against foreign rivals. The Sun (2010)
Definition of at a disadvantage from the Collins English Dictionary
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