Definition of disbenefit in English:

disbenefit

Line breaks: dis|bene¦fit
Pronunciation: /dɪsˈbɛnɪfɪt
 
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noun

British
A disadvantage or loss resulting from something: an environmental disbenefit to the area of Teesside
More example sentences
  • What we want to find out is to explore all the points of view, the advantages and the disadvantages, the benefits and disbenefits, people's hopes, aspirations.
  • That is not, however, to say that they do not understand that this is contentious ethical territory; simply, they gauge the benefits and disbenefits to be potentially weighted in favour of the benefits.
  • In my opinion, it is important to look at the benefits and disbenefits of a universal ban on smoking in public places.

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