Definition of advantageous in English:

advantageous

Syllabification: ad·van·ta·geous
Pronunciation: /ˌadvənˈtājəs
 
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adjective

Involving or creating favorable circumstances that increase the chances of success or effectiveness; beneficial: the scheme is advantageous to your company we are in an advantageous position
More example sentences
  • This allocation would be made in a way that was most advantageous to shareholders, Mr Goodyear said.
  • Our schemes are very competitive and advantageous for the value we offer.
  • Even if you are in a position to dip into your savings for the odd £15,000, it may not be all that advantageous to do so.
Synonyms
superior, dominant, powerful; good, fortunate, lucky, favorablebeneficial, of benefit, helpful, of assistance, useful, of use, of value, of service, profitable, fruitful; convenient, expedient

Derivatives

advantageously

adverb
More example sentences
  • Here I rely on Chun, who is somewhat more advantageously positioned to participate in this debate, to provide the critique.
  • The present invention is also concerned with a blood components separator unit, which can advantageously be used in practice of the above-mentioned method.
  • Lunar eclipses - like that advantageously interpreted by Christopher Columbus in 1504-may more easily be used because they can be seen over a much wider area.

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