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disadvantageous
American English: /ˌdɪsædvənˈteɪdʒəs/
British English: /ˌdɪsadv(ə)nˈteɪdʒəs/

Translation of disadvantageous in Spanish:

adjective

  • desventajoso
    in a disadvantageous position
    en (una) situación de desventaja
    to be disadvantageous to somebody/something
    ser desventajoso or desfavorable para alguien/algo
    Example sentences
    • Michael had nearly been killed in that battle, possibly because of the disadvantageous circumstances under which the battle was fought.
    • Reduced fruit set after a hurricane could be especially disadvantageous because hurricanes can create sites for plant recruitment.
    • However, they have long been in a disadvantageous and vulnerable position due to their status and restrictive regulations.

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