Definition of 'opportunist'
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Put himself about and yet another opportunist goal. The Sun (2013)It is not yet known whether it was a targeted theft or the work of an opportunist thief. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He came up with a couple of typical opportunist goals to put his team firmly in control of the practice game. The Sun (2006)But he has been more silly than corrupt, opportunist not dishonest. Times, Sunday Times (2008)All his goals were opportunist. The Sun (2014)That changed while she was sunbathing in a public park and an opportunist thief made off with a friend's mobile phone. Times, Sunday Times (2016)THE political opportunist of the week? The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'opportunist'
British English: opportunist ADJECTIVE
An opportunist takes advantage of any situation in order to gain money or power.
...corrupt and opportunist politicians.
British English: opportunist NOUN
An opportunist is someone who is opportunist.
Like most successful politicians, he was an opportunist.
Definition of opportunist from the Collins English Dictionary
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