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Meanings of "taking advantage" in Spanish English Dictionary : 2 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
General
taking advantage abusador [adj]
taking advantage aprovechando [ger]

Meanings of "taking advantage" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 32 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
General
taking advantage of someone else's trust and kindness abusador [m] HN CR PA CU DO VE
abusive interference of a local authority by taking advantage of one's influence caudillaje [m] HN NI PE CL UY
excess or abuse imposed on someone by taking advantage of a favorable situation cogoteo [m] CL
taking advantage of mangoneo [m] MX CU DO PR EC
action of taking advantage of somebody for one's own benefit avivatada [f] CO
action of taking advantage of others for one's own benefit avionada [f] CO
thief who robs something by taking advantage of the target being distracted descuidista [m/f] VE BO AR UY
advantage taking,that takes advantage aludo [adj] HN SV
taking advantage of the hard work of others arrecostado [adj] NI CR PR VE derog.
taking advantage of someone else's trust and kindness abusador [adj] HN CR PA CU DO VE
taking advantage of a fight to punish one of the participants or get even guaiquero [adj] BO rur.
taking advantage of the weakest or youngest jamonero [adj] CR
taking advantage of circumstances ducho [adj] BO
taking advantage of situations maceta [adj] GT
taking advantage of a friendship tiznador [adj] PR
taking advantage of the weak jamonero [adj] CR
make someone pay more for something by taking advantage of a situation of power, strength, or privilege cogotear [v] CL
Idioms
obtain benefits by taking advantage of one's privilege/power arreglarse los bigotes [v] CL
lie with the intention of taking advantage of a situation andar con la del bandido [v] CL rare
deceive or lie with the intention of taking advantage of a situation andar con la del bandido [v] CL derog.
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
stay permanently in some place taking advantage of others hacerse brocha [v] SV
taking advantage of others subirse por el chorro [v] CL
Colloquial
thief who steals by taking advantage of the carelessness of others escamotero [m] BO
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
used in a game of marbles to surprise the players, taking advantage of an oversight and taking all the marbles manigüiti [expr] CU
Slang
quick highway robbery committed by taking advantage of the victim being distracted escapazo [m] CL jail
Law
taking advantage of minors abuso de menores
Agriculture
taking advantage of all available space sellar [v] MX CU rur.