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disadvantage /ˌdɪsədˈvɑːntɪdʒ $ -ˈvæn-/ noun [uncountable and countable]


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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

disadvantage
[noun]
Synonyms:
- harm, damage, detriment, disservice, hurt, injury, loss, prejudice
- drawback, downside, handicap, inconvenience, nuisance, snag, trouble
Antonyms: advantage
Contrasted words: aid, assistance, help, service, usefulness, utility, value, worth
Related Words: bar, impediment, obstacle, obstruction, blocking, hamper, hindrance, imposition
English Thesaurus: disadvantage, drawback, bad point, the downsid

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. disadvantage1 /ˌdɪsədˈvɑːntɪdʒ $ -ˈvæn-/ noun [uncountable and countable]
[Word Family: noun: advantagedisadvantage, the disadvantaged; adjective: advantageousdisadvantageous, advantageddisadvantaged; verb: disadvantage; adverb: advantageouslydisadvantageously]
something that causes problems, or that makes someone or something less likely to be successful or effective Antonym : advantage
disadvantage of
The disadvantage of the material is that it fades in strong sunlight.
disadvantage to
There are some big disadvantages to marriage – you do lose a lot of your freedom.
Criminal behaviour can be linked to economic disadvantage.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. disadvantage2 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: noun: advantagedisadvantage, the disadvantaged; adjective: advantageousdisadvantageous, advantageddisadvantaged; verb: disadvantage; adverb: advantageouslydisadvantageously]
to make someone less likely to be successful or to put them in a worse situation than others

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

disadvantage
noun
ADJ. big, considerable, distinct, grave, great, main, major, manifest, obvious, real, serious, severe Lack of qualifications is an obvious disadvantage.
minor, slight | added, additional, further | long-term | competitive These requirements will have to be standardized if some banks are not to suffer a competitive disadvantage.
economic, educational, financial, racial, social the problems of racism, racial disadvantage and poverty
VERB + DISADVANTAGE experience, have, suffer (from) the disadvantage experienced by older people in the workplace The present system has the disadvantage that nobody really understands how it works. Competition has its disadvantages.
offset, outweigh The scheme's advantages outweigh the disadvantages.
overcome, remove | avoid | feel at a There was no reason for her to feel at a disadvantage.
place/put sb at a The fact that he didn't speak a foreign language put him at a disadvantage.
PREP. at a ~ We were at a distinct disadvantage compared with children from richer families.
despite a/the ~ Despite these disadvantages, many older people maintain an active social life.
to sb's ~ This change in the law will be to the disadvantage of small firms.
~ for another disadvantage for the night-worker
~ in There are disadvantages in using this treatment.
~ to There are disadvantages to all those schemes.
PHRASES advantages and disadvantages Each plan has its own advantages and disadvantages.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

disadvantage

the main disadvantage
The main disadvantage of iron as a material is its weight.
a big/great/major disadvantage
This method has one major disadvantage: its cost.
a serious/severe disadvantage
Public transport is very bad here, which is a serious disadvantage.
a slight/minor disadvantage
Children who are young in their school year sometimes have a slight disadvantage.
a further/additional/added disadvantage
It’s a very small garden and it has the further disadvantage of facing north.
social/economic/educational disadvantage
Unemployment often leads to social disadvantage.
have a disadvantage
Cheap air travel has considerable environmental disadvantages.
suffer (from) a disadvantage formal
Working-class boys suffer disadvantages in the educational system.
overcome a disadvantage (=succeed in spite of a disadvantage)
She was able to overcome the disadvantages of race and poverty.
somebody is at a disadvantage (=someone has a disadvantage)
The company was at a disadvantage compared with its competitors.
put/place somebody at a disadvantage (=make someone less likely to be successful than others)
Not speaking English might put you at a disadvantage.
be/work to the disadvantage of somebody (=make someone unlikely to be successful)
This system works to the disadvantage of women.
advantages and disadvantages (=the good and bad features of something)
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of working from home.
the advantages outweigh the disadvantages (=there are more advantages than disadvantages)
The advantages of building the new road would outweigh the disadvantages.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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