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Meanings of "advantage" in Spanish English Dictionary : 61 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
advantage ventaja [f]
General
advantage pro [m]
advantage provecho [m]
advantage aventaja (francés) [f] disused
advantage aprovechamiento [m]
advantage avance [m]
advantage aventajamiento [m]
advantage delantera [f]
advantage bilenda [f] DO
advantage bilenda [f] DO
advantage gabela [f] PA DO PR CO
advantage lasca [f] CU
advantage beneficio [m]
advantage changüí [m] MX PY AR UY
advantage changüís [m] MX NI
advantage partido [m]
advantage conveniencia [f]
advantage comodidad [f]
advantage ganancia [f]
advantage granjería [f]
advantage mayoría [f]
advantage mejoría [f]
advantage aprovechamiento [m]
advantage fruto [m]
advantage interés [m]
advantage granjeo [m]
advantage valimiento [m]
advantage servicio [m]
advantage aprovechamiento [m]
advantage preponderancia [f]
advantage ocasión favorable [f]
advantage sobrepaga [f]
advantage prerrogativa [f]
advantage ventajosamente [v]
advantage favorecer [v]
advantage aventajar [v]
advantage servir [v]
advantage mejorar [v]
advantage remunerar [v]
advantage promover [v]
advantage medrar [v]
advantage sacar ventaja [v]
advantage adelantar [v]
advantage ayudar [v]
advantage lucro [m]
advantage luz [f] PY
Phrasals
advantage aprovecharse de [v]
Colloquial
advantage apaño [m]
advantage changüí [m] AR UY
Business
advantage ventaja [f]
advantage partido [m]
Law
advantage ventaja [f]
Engineering
advantage facilidad [f]
advantage superioridad [f]
advantage utilidad [f]
advantage multiplicación [f]
Biology
advantage zumo [m]
Molecular Biology
advantage plus [m]
Geology
advantage ventaja [f]
Sports
advantage ventaja (tenis) [f]
Baseball
advantage ventaja [f]

Meanings of "advantage" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 484 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
take advantage aprovecharse [v]
take advantage of aprovechar [v]
General
take advantage of abusar de [v]
take advantage abusar [v]
take advantage of aprovecharse de [v]
without advantage al aire [adv]
unexpected advantage breva [f]
take advantage of abusar de [v]
take advantage of aprodar [v] disused
take advantage of aprovechar [v]
take advantage of the moment asirse [v]
take advantage of aventajar [v]
take advantage aventajar [v]
have taken advantage aventajarse [v]
use to one's advantage beneficiarse [v]
turn things to one's advantage llevar alguien agua a su molino [v]
taking advantage abusador [adj]
clever person who takes advantage of somebody avispona [f] VE derog.
someone who takes advantage of a favorable situation to get a personal benefit, disregarding the possible damage to others avivada [f] PE BO CL PY AR UY
action of taking advantage of somebody for one's own benefit avivatada [f] CO
someone who takes advantage of favorable circumstances (unscrupulously) aviona [f] CO VE
action of taking advantage of others for one's own benefit avionada [f] CO
advantage over others ventaja sobre los demás [f]
someone who takes advantage of someone else's trust and kindness abusadora [f] HN CR PA CU DO VE
influence that someone takes advantage of cuña [f] DO CO VE BO CL AR UY
advantage that one participant gives to another changüira [f] HN
advantage or superiority of someone foja [f] GT
person who does not keep their turn in a line and takes advantage of any circumstance to cut ahead coladora [f] BO
person who takes advantage of certain circumstances for their own benefit coladora [f] BO
an advantage gained at the beginning una ventaja adquirida al principio [f]
an advantage gained at the beginning una ventaja obtenida al principio [f]
person who takes advantage of others mamona [f] BO
person who takes advantage of others mantenida [f] GT
take advantage mañudería [f] BO
person who takes advantage of others tagarota [f] GT HN NI CR derog.
take advantage of prevalerse de [v]
use to no advantage desaprovechar [v]
take advantage of explotar [v]
lose an advantage desperdiciar [v]
take advantage propasarse [v]
take advantage of capitalizar [v]
fail to take advantage of desperdiciar [v]
take advantage aprovechar [v]
take advantage of aprovecharse [v]
gain an advantage on somebody dominar [v]
gain an advantage on somebody aplastar [v]
gain an advantage on somebody señorear [v]
gain an advantage on somebody mortificar [v]
gain an advantage on somebody humillar [v]
gain an advantage on somebody poder más que [v]
gain an advantage on somebody joder [v]
take advantage tomar [v]
take advantage aprovercharse de [v]
take advantage of others gorronear [v]
take advantage of others cafichear [v]
violate rules to gain advantage hacer trampa [v]
take advantage of something aprovechar algo [v]
be to one's advantage ir en beneficio de uno [v]
take advantage of someone abusar de alguien [v]
take advantage of someone aprovecharse de alguien [v]
take advantage of the opportunity aprovechar la coyuntura [v]
take advantage of an opportunity aprovecharse de [v]
take advantage of abusar de la confianza de alguien [v]
take the advantage of ventajear [v]
have the advantage of ventajear [v]
take advantage of something sacar tajada de algo [v]
be to someone's advantage redundar en beneficio de alguien [v]
be in a position that gives one person an advantage over another encontrarse en inferioridad de condiciones [v]
be in a position that gives one person an advantage over another estar en inferioridad de condiciones [v]
have the advantage over someone llevar ventaja a alguien [v]
get the advantage over someone llevar ventaja a alguien [v]
take advantage of a person encajarse con una persona [v]
take advantage champurrear [v] NI
take advantage of others' properties administrar [v] PR
pretend to have a disadvantage to later take the advantage (table games/domino) agachar [v] MX
bring somebody an advantage aportar una ventaja a alguien [v]
bring advantage generar ventajas [v]
bring advantage dar ventaja [v]
take advantage of the hard work of others arrecostarse [v] NI CR PA PR VE
take advantage of something or someone abalanzarse [v] MX
hire someone with only one of the parties having an advantage atornillar [v] PR
benefit from the advantage of beneficiarse de la ventaja de [v]
take advantage of someone bolsear [v] MX
take advantage of someone's kindness bordonear [v] SV
take advantage of another person's inferior position in order to obtain benefits abusar [v] BO
draw advantage from sacarle ventaja a [v]
take advantage of others descobijarse [v] NI teen
take advantage of something champurrearse [v] NI
try to fool someone and take advantage of them due to their inexperience or ingenuity chamaquear [v] MX
take advantage of fortuitous or casual events to say something champear [v] PE
take advantage of a situation escapar [v] CU
take advantage of the circumstances estasajar [v] PR
take advantage of the circumstances destasajar [v] PR
afford advantage otorgar ventaja [v]
afford advantage brindar ventaja [v]
afford advantage ofrecer beneficios [v]
take advantage of something or someone that can be beneficial to say or do something colgarse [v] CL
make someone pay more for something by taking advantage of a situation of power, strength, or privilege cogotear [v] CL
look for an illegal advantage lagartear [v] SV
take advantage of someone physically weaker or younger jamonearse [v] CR
take advantage of others, especially to pay for food, drink, or entertainment jetear [v] AR
take advantage, however small, of situations lambucear [v] VE:W
take advantage, however small, of situations lambusear [v] VE
take advantage of a situation to get ahead destasajar [v] PR
take full advantage of something eficientar [v] HN NI cult
take advantage mangonear [v] MX GT NI PA CU EC BO
take advantage of others manguear [v] BO:W UY
take advantage mañudear [v] BO
take advantage empajarse [v] HN NI
take advantage of a situation to get ahead estasajar [v] PR
take advantage of pachamanquearse [v] PE
take advantage of padrotear [v] MX VE
take advantage to get free things pechar [v] BO:E,S CL UY
take advantage of a prostitute's work padrotear [v] MX derog.
take advantage pichonear [v] NI
take advantage pelechar [v] PA
put oneself at an advantage prepearse [v] NI
take advantage profitar [v] CL cult
use a decision to one's advantage remendarse [v] NI
have an advantage or skill supiritar [v] DO
take advantage of someone's good faith sorprender [v] PE BO UY PY
get an advantage by cheating ventajear [v] GT UY derog.
take advantage of someone vivirse [v] HN
take advantage (of someone) agarrar de barco [v]
advantage from sacar partido [v]
unable to be taken advantage of inaprovechable [adj]
advantage taking,that takes advantage aludo [adj] HN SV
who tactlessly tries to gain advantage in an agreement argollero [adj] CO
who selects others based on the advantage or benefit they offer argollero [adj] PE
who takes advantage árabe [adj] PR
who takes advantage of a situation for personal gain (someone) arrecho [adj] CR
taking advantage of the hard work of others arrecostado [adj] NI CR PR VE derog.
who takes advantage of somebody avispón [adj] VE derog.
who takes advantage of a favorable situation to get a personal benefit (disregarding the possible damage to others) avivado [adj] PE BO CL PY AR UY
who takes advantage of a favorable situation to get a personal benefit (disregarding the possible damage to others) avivato [adj] PA CO EC PE UY
person who takes advantage of the trust/goodwill of others balsudo [adj] CL
person who takes advantage of the trust/goodwill of others balzudo [adj] CL
related to someone who takes advantage of any situation for her/her own benefit agentado [adj] PR
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balsudo [adj] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balzudo [adj] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsudo [adj] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balsuo [adj] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barzudo [adj] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsúo [adj] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsuo [adj] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsuo [adj] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsudo [adj] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsuo [adj] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balsudo [adj] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balsuo [adj] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsudo [adj] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balzudo [adj] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsúo [adj] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barzudo [adj] CL
who takes advantage of someone else's trust and kindness abusador [adj] HN CR PA CU DO VE
pertaining to someone who gives an advantage in a game or competition in order to conceal their superiority changüicero [adj] MX
behaving with cunning or daring to obtain an advantage canchero [adj] PE
taking advantage of a fight to punish one of the participants or get even guaiquero [adj] BO rur.
who takes advantage of parties to eat and drink for free cotanero [adj] DO
taking advantage of the weakest or youngest jamonero [adj] CR
taking advantage of circumstances ducho [adj] BO
taking advantage of situations maceta [adj] GT
take advantage at others expense pillín [adj] CL
taking advantage resbaloso [adj] NI
taking advantage of a friendship tiznador [adj] PR
someone that takes advantage of any opportunity oportunista [m]
clever person who takes advantage of somebody avispón [m] VE derog.
someone who takes advantage of a favorable situation to get a personal benefit, disregarding the possible damage to others avivado [m] PE BO CL PY AR UY
someone who takes advantage of someone else's trust and kindness abusador [m] HN CR PA CU DO VE
advantage that one participant gives to another changüiro [m] SV
man who takes advantage of someone else's interest in him, especially women, for personal gain chulampín [m] CU
abusive interference of a local authority by taking advantage of one's influence caudillaje [m] HN NI PE CL UY
person who only bets on a cockfight when offered an advantage gabelero [m] PR
person who does not keep their turn in a line and takes advantage of any circumstance to cut ahead colador [m] BO
person who takes advantage of certain circumstances for their own benefit colador [m] BO
excess or abuse imposed on someone by taking advantage of a favorable situation cogoteo [m] CL
attitude of those who take advantage of every occasion to obtain benefits juegavivo [m] PA
person who takes advantage, however small, of situations lambucio [m] VE:W derog.
person who takes advantage, however small, of situations lambusio [m] VE derog.
person who takes advantage of others mamón [m] BO
person who takes advantage of others mantenido [m] GT
person who takes advantage of others martillo [m] VE
person who takes advantage of others martillo [m] HN SV
taking advantage of mangoneo [m] MX CU DO PR EC
person who takes advantage of others tagarote [m] GT HN NI CR derog.
person who takes advantage of another person (especially by not paying for services received) arete [m/f] CU
someone who takes advantage árabe [m/f] PR
thief who robs something by taking advantage of the target being distracted descuidista [m/f] VE BO AR UY
person who takes advantage of others jelepate [m/f] NI
expresses an effusive appeal to take advantage of a good occasion ¡atáscate marrano ahora que hay lodo! [n] MX
advantage of height ventajas de la alzada [f/pl]
indicating that while someone works on something others take advantage of their work unos a la bulla y otros a la cabuya [expr] MX HN NI
indicating that someone takes advantage of a chaotic situation unos a la bulla y otros a la cabuya [expr] HN NI
related to someone who takes advantage of any situation for her/her own benefit agentada [adj/f] PR
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsua [adj/f] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balsua [adj/f] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsúa [adj/f] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsuda [adj/f] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsua [adj/f] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balsua [adj/f] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsúa [adj/f] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsua [adj/f] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balsuda [adj/f] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsuda [adj/f] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barzuda [adj/f] CL
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balzuda [adj/f] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balsuda [adj/f] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balzuda [adj/f] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barzuda [adj/f] CL
relating to a person who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others barsuda [adj/f] CL
someone that takes advantage of any opportunity vela güira PR
slight advantage ligera ventaja
advantage obtained over another delantera [f]
take advantage of asirse [v]
dress to advantage lucirse [v]
take advantage of utilizarse [v]
advantage-ground situación ventajosa [f]
take advantage valerse [v]
take advantage engañar [v]
have the advantage of llevar ventaja a [v]
worst (to gain the advantage over; defeat) batir [v]
advantage-ground puesto favorable [m]
who takes advantage of favorable circumstances (unscrupulously) avión [adj] CO VE
someone who takes advantage of favorable circumstances (unscrupulously) avión [m] CO VE
Idioms
swooping in to take advantage entre gallos y media noche [adv] PY AR UY VE EC PE BO
gain an advantage cabeza de puente [f]
turn something to the advantage llevar el agua a su molino [v]
turn things to one's advantage llevar el agua a su molino [v]
take advantage (of something) aprovecharse de [v]
take advantage of sacar provecho de [v]
take advantage (of something) aprovechar (algo) [v]
take advantage of sacar ventaja de [v]
take advantage of sacar partido de [v]
take full advantage (of something) aprovechar (algo) al máximo [v]
take advantage arrimar alguien el ascua a su sardina [v]
reverse a situation and gain the advantage cambiar las tornas [v]
reverse a situation and gain the advantage girar las tornas [v]
reverse a situation and gain the advantage invertir las tornas [v]
reverse a situation and gain the advantage volverse las tornas [v]
reverse a situation and gain the advantage cambiarse las tornas [v]
reverse a situation and gain the advantage girarse las tornas [v]
reverse a situation and gain the advantage invertirse las tornas [v]
work to someone's advantage hacer el caldo gordo a alguien [v]
give someone an advantage hacerle el caldo gordo a alguien [v]
take advantage of others jugar con las cartas marcadas [v]
turn something out to one's advantage llevar el agua a su molino [v]
take advantage of asirse de [v]
turn something to one’s own advantage sacar baza de algo [v]
take advantage of something sacar provecho de algo [v]
be an unimportant person who is used by others for their advantage ser un mandado [v]
have an advantage jugar con ventaja [v]
get an advantage over someone by doing something sooner or better than them tomarle la delantera a alguien [v]
gain an advantage over someone tomarle la delantera a alguien [v]
succeed in gaining an advantage over someone volver el arma contra alguien [v]
turn the tables on someone (change a situation so that you now have an advantage over someone) volver el arma contra alguien [v]
change a situation completely so that someone loses an advantage volver el arma contra alguien [v]
turn the tables on someone (change a situation so that you now have an advantage over someone) volver las tornas a alguien [v]
succeed in gaining an advantage over someone volver las tornas a alguien [v]
change a situation completely so that someone loses an advantage volver las tornas a alguien [v]
take advantage agarrar chucha [v] GT
take advantage of agarrar de bajada [v] MX
take advantage of a good person agarrar de barco [v] MX
take advantage of someone's goodwill agarrar de cachiche [v] AR
take advantage of a fool agarrar de leva [v] GT
take advantage of others agarrarse del codo [v] EC PY
take advantage when there is the first opportunity acomodarse en la primera curva [v] PR
show something to good advantage mostrar las mejores cualidades de algo [v]
lie with the intention of taking advantage of a situation andar con la del bandido [v] CL rare
take advantage (of someone) agarrar de barco [v] MX HN
take advantage of something because of your status arreglarse los bigotes [v] CL
prepare oneself to take advantage of a situation amolar los colmillos [v] PR
deceive or lie with the intention of taking advantage of a situation andar con la del bandido [v] CL derog.
win as the result of having a clear advantage ir en caballo de hacienda [v] MX
win as the result of having a clear advantage cabalgar en caballo de hacienda [v] MX
take advantage of someone's weakness coger la baja [v] CU
give someone an advantage dar sajiro [v] PE jail
take advantage of someone's kindness and trust dar una uña [v] PR
voluntarily concede advantage to an opponent in a competition dar agua [v] CR disused
have an overwhelming advantage over someone dar canchatiro y lado [v] CL
give another player an advantage when starting a game of pool dar cangreja [v] VE
put a curse on someone to take advantage of them sexually dar chamico [v] EC
give an advantage dar changüi [v] AR
give someone an advantage dar culebrilla [v] PR disused
take advantage of someone's kindness and trust dar el dedo y querer la mano [v] CU BO
take advantage of someone's trust and generosity dar una uña y cogerse hasta el codo [v] PR
give someone an advantage dar gabela [v] DO PR
take advantage of someone's kindness and trust dar la mano y agarrarse el pie [v] GT
offer someone the opportunity to take advantage of something dar papaya [v] CO VE EC
give an advantage to an opponent dar pasto [v] CO BO
give someone an advantage dar culebrilla [v] PR disused
take advantage of someone coger de chocolate [v] PR
take advantage of a favorable situation agarrar chucha [v] GT
know how to take advantage of one's time estar en todas [v] PA
have the advantage in betting llevar la gabela [v] DO PR
give someone an advantage dar gabela [v] DO PR
pay the advantage in a bet against a fighter cock llevar la gabela [v] DO PR
get an advantage ganar el mandado [v] HN
get to know a person well to avoid problems with them or take advantage of them coger el juego [v] CU
have an unfair advantage in a competition correr con el caballo del comisario [v] AR UY
take advantage of someone comer por una pata [v] CU
take advantage of someone or a situation comer con su dama [v] DO
trick someone by taking advantage of their naiveté coger a lazo [v] VE
trick someone by taking advantage of their naiveté coger de leva [v] GT
take advantage of coger los mangos bajitos [v] DO VE
take advantage of someone coger de congo [v] PA
take advantage of someone coger de marrana [v] DO
take advantage of someone coger fiado [v] PR
take advantage of someone coger la baja [v] CU
take advantage of someone cogerse el mandado [v] NI
take advantage of a situation hacer zafra [v] CU
take advantage of someone else's effort irse de alivio [v] CL
pretend to be naive to take advantage hacerse la de las gafas [v] CO
pretend to be naive to take advantage hacerse el de las gafas [v] CO
take advantage of a situation ir para encima [v] PA
take advantage of someone irse de boca [v] GT
take advantage of certain benefits hartarse de mamey [v] PR
take advantage of the merits of others for one's own benefit or show off hacer caravana con sombrero ajeno [v] MX
take advantage of the very thing one criticizes hablar de la pera y comer de ella [v] PA
stay permanently in some place taking advantage of others hacerse brocha [v] SV
take advantage of jalar la pita [v] HN
regret not having taken advantage of a favorable opportunity jalarse las mechas [v] NI CR CO BO
take advantage of lograr el lomo [v] NI HN rur.
have an advantage over llevar la gabela [v] DO PR
want to take advantage of a situation meterse a vivo [v] PA
take advantage of an opportunity partir el brazo [v] CU
abusively take advantage pasarse de lanza [v] MX
take advantage of someone's invitation to eat or drink at their expense pegar en la pera [v] CL
get personal advantage from a situation pasar agosto [v] AR:Ne
not take advantage of an opportunity pelar ese boche [v] VE
take advantage of sacar lascas [v] CU
enjoy an advantage tener la vaca atada [v] AR
not take advantage of an opportunity tirar al petate [v] HN NI
not take advantage of an opportunity tirarse la fiesta [v] CO
taking advantage of others subirse por el chorro [v] CL
take advantage of someone vivir de la manga [v] BO AR
obtain benefits by taking advantage of one's privilege/power arreglarse los bigotes [v] CL
take advantage of someone comer con su dama [v] DO
suppress someone's will using spells in order to take advantage of them sexually dar chamico [v] EC
take advantage of a situation comer con su dama [v] DO
give an advantage dar changüí [v] AR
concede an advantage to someone in a game or competition dar changüí (inglés) [v] MX
with an unfair advantage de tigre suelto con burro amarrado [adj] CR
with an unfair advantage de tigre suelto contra burro amarrado [adj] CR CO:N
having the advantage sobrado de lote [adj] CO
person who constantly takes advantage rolo de vivo [m] VE
work things to one’s advantage arrimar el ascua a su sardina
with no advantage de poder a poder
Speaking
he has the advantage tiene ventaja en
Colloquial
abusive or blatant act to take advantage of others garroneada [f] BO AR
work things one's own advantage arrimar el ascua a su sardina [v]
take advantage of (people someone know) enchufarse [v]
benefit from an advantage (to get a job) enchufarse [v]
be to one's advantage convenirle a uno [v]
obtain an unlawful advantage from a trust committed to one's charge pringarse (a alguien) [v]
be a person who always takes advantage of others ser un buitre [v]
take advantage of an opportunity tender las velas [v]
take advantage of others with food, drink, or entertainment expenses colearse [v] AR:Nw
take advantage of someone conguear [v] PA
take advantage mangonear [v] GT PA CO
take advantage of a situation enancar [v] EC
take advantage of someone encajarse [v] MX
take advantage of padrotear [v] MX
take advantage of pulpear [v] CL
get an advantage by cheating ventajear [v] BO PY AR derog.
take advantage of arrimar alguien el ascua a su sardina [v]
give advantage dar ancas vueltas [v] MX
take advantage of two people comer a dos carrillos [v]
take advantage of two people masticar a dos carrillos [v]
fail in spite of having an advantage perder con buenas cartas [v]
take advantage of agarrar a alguien de barco [v] MX HN
take advantage chupar del bote [v]
easy to take advantage of buenudo  [adj] AR
referred to person, taken advantage of abalanzado [adj] MX
relating to a person, who takes advantage of the trust or goodwill of others balsuo [adj] CL
person who takes advantage of the trust/goodwill of others balsúo [adj] CL
having the habit of taking advantage of others or living at someone else's expense garrero [adj] AR:Nw,W
having the habit of taking advantage of others or living at someone else's expense jeteador [adj] AR rare
having the habit of taking advantage of others or living at someone else's expense jetero [adj] AR rare
you can only be take advantage of if you permit it ¡a papá mono con bananas verdes! [interj] PA BO AR UY
something which gives one an advantage as bajo la manga [m]
(for a man) someone who takes advantage of others by a hoax or abuse bacaray [m] AR:Ne
thief who steals by taking advantage of the carelessness of others escamotero [m] BO
person who takes advantage of others manzanillo [m] PA
opportunity or oversight used by someone to take advantage of a situation papayazo [m] CO
person who takes advantage of others piracambú [m] PY AR:Ne derog.
used in a game of marbles to surprise the players, taking advantage of an oversight and taking all the marbles manigüiti [expr] CU
easy to take advantage of buenuda  [adj/f] AR
referred to person, taken advantage of abalanzada [adj/f] MX
not that i've taken much advantage of it yet no es que lo haya aprovechado mucho aún
Proverbs
it is necessary to take full advantage of what does not belong to one de cuero ajeno correas largas HN
people can only take advantage of you if you let them no tiene la culpa el indio, sino el que lo hace su compadre MX HN
there are people who help and people who take advantage unos en la pena y otros en la pepena GT NI
there are people who help and people who take advantage unos a la pena y otros a la pepena MX GT
Phrases
one's own advantage en beneficio propio [v]
take advantage of... aprovecha que...
take advantage of the fact that... aprovecha que...
to his/her own advantage en provecho propio
one's own advantage en beneficio propio
Slang
person who plays dumb to take advantage huevina [f] PA
take advantage of someone agarrar cancha [v] CR
who takes advantage of a situation for personal gain (someone) arrecho [adj] VE
quick highway robbery committed by taking advantage of the victim being distracted escapazo [m] CL jail
person who plays dumb to take advantage huevín [m] PA
Business
take advantage abusar [v]
take advantage of aprovecharse de [v]
be to someone's advantage interesar [v]
take advantage of aprovecharse de
competitive advantage ventaja competitiva
take full advantage of aprovechar al máximo
tax advantage ventaja fiscal
comparative advantage ventaja comparativa
absolute advantage ventaja absoluta
unfair competitive advantage ventaja competitiva desleal
unfair advantage ventaja desleal
differential advantage ventaja diferencial
yield advantage ventaja de rendimiento
absolute advantage ventaja absoluta
commercial advantage ventaja comercial
comparative advantage ventaja comparativa
competitive advantage ventaja competitiva
unfair competitive advantage ventaja competitiva desleal
unfair competitive advantage ventaja competitiva injusta
yield advantage ventaja de rendimiento
unfair advantage ventaja desleal
differential advantage ventaja diferencial
tax advantage ventaja fiscal
tax advantage ventaja impositiva
unfair advantage ventaja injusta
Finance
tax advantage ventajas impositivas
absolute advantage ventaja absoluta
unfair competitive advantage ventaja competitiva desleal
comparative advantage ventaja comparativa
comparative cost advantage ventaja comparativa de costos
competitive advantage ventaja competitiva
Economy
absolute advantage ventaja absoluta
comparative advantage ventaja comparativa
competitive advantage ventaja competitiva
dynamic comparative advantage ventajas comparativas dinámicas
comparative advantage ventajas comparativas
Law
take advantage from something capitalizar [v]
take full advantage of aprovechar al máximo [v]
advantage (of) aprovecharse de alguien
unfair advantage ventaja injusta
taking advantage of minors abuso de menores
International Law
comparative advantage ventaja comparativa
competitive advantage venta] a competitiva
Politics
mutual advantage ventaja recíproca
Engineering
ideal mechanical advantage ventaja mecánica ideal
absolute advantage ventaja absoluta
comparative advantage ventaja comparativa
mechanical advantage rendimiento mecánico
advantage factor factor de ventaja
mechanical advantage brazo de palanca
relative advantage ventaja relativa
advantage factor factor de flujo
power advantage ganancia de potencia
staggering advantage mejora de escalonamiento
Physics
advantage factor factor de irradiación óptima [m]
advantage factor factor de ventaja [m]
advantage factor factor de ventaja
Genetics
selective advantage ventaja selectiva
Geology
structural advantage ventaja estructural [f]
competitive advantage ventaja competitiva [f]
Medicine
mechanical advantage ventaja mecánica
Psychology
selective advantage ventaja selectiva
law of advantage ley de la ventaja
secondary advantage ventaja secundaria
Technical
mechanical advantage ventaja mecánica
Telecommunication
power advantage ganancia de potencia
Aeronautics
advantage point punto de observación
power advantage ganancia de potencia
Agriculture
taking advantage of all available space sellar [v] MX CU rur.
Botanic
selective advantage ventaja selectiva
Mining
mechanical advantage ventaja de articulación
Ecology
self-advantage inherentes ventajas
adaptive advantage ventaja adaptativa
Sports
minimum advantage or marginal victory that can be obtained in the half-time or final score cuenta mínima [f] CL
American Football
home field advantage ventaja de la local
home field advantage ventaja en su casa
home field advantage ventaja de local/de locales
home field advantage ventaja de casa
home field advantage ventaja de campo propio
home field advantage ventaja de campo
home field advantage ventaja de anfitrión/anfitriones