Definition of 'take advantage of'
Example sentences containing 'take advantage of'
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His was first and foremost a military mind, trained to take advantage of surprise. HERE BE DRAGONS (2003)I felt angry: not because Jules was trying to take advantage of his wife's absence but because he took advantage of Nortier. SKORPION'S DEATH (2003)There were people all over the borough desperate to take advantage of an increase in housing stock. PROSPECT HILL (2003)
Any man he would be proud to claim for a son wouldn't be the kind of man to take advantage of people weaker than he was. BEAUTIFUL DREAMER (2003)
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