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Disadvantage — synonyms, disadvantage antonyms, definition
1. disadvantage (Noun)
block breakage catch damage debasement deception deprivation detriment disservice drawback failing handicap harm hindrance hitch hooker hurt impairment impediment inconvenience • • •
disadvantage (Noun) — The quality of having an inferior or less favourable position.
disadvantage (Noun) — A flaw or weak point.
ex. "he was quick to point out his wife's disadvantages"
3 types of
imperfection imperfectness liability
awkwardness defect deprivation drawback fatigue flaw inadequacy inexpedience inexpediency inferiority insufficiency limitation loss nuisance value penalty shortcoming unfavorable position unfavorableness unfavourable position unfavourableness • • •
2. disadvantage (Verb)
disadvantage (Verb) — Put at a disadvantage; hinder, harm.
ex. "This rule clearly disadvantages me"
3 types of
discriminate separate single out
hamper handicap hinder prejudice