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advantaged
American English: /ədˈvæn(t)ɪdʒd/
British English: /ədˈvɑːntɪdʒd/

Translation of advantaged in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • She said: ‘Our catchment area is more advantaged than other areas of Rochdale.’
    • Regular usage was also higher for students who lived in a house that was owned or being paid off compared to those in private or public rental accommodation and for those who lived in the more advantaged areas.
    • So a good school whose intake is skewed to lower socio-economic groups will almost certainly struggle to get results as good as a similar school serving a more advantaged area.

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