avail definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • is useful or advantage to; help: absolutely nothing could avail the dying patient.
    • to show toward advantage of; to be of service to; to profit; to profit; to assist.
    • to market; to aid.
    • is useful or advantage to; assistance: absolutely nothing could avail the dying client.
    • To turn into benefit of; become of service to; to profit; to benefit; to simply help.
    • to market; to help.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to-be useful, price, or advantage; serve: Halfway steps will no longer avail.
    • becoming of use or benefit; to resolve the purpose; to have strength, power, or effectiveness enough to achieve the object
    • to-be of good use, value, or advantage; serve: Halfway actions will no longer avail.
    • To be useful or advantage; to answer the point; to have power, force, or efficacy sufficient to accomplish the thing
  • noun:
    • utilize, advantage, or benefit: labored to no avail.
    • Effort; striving.
    • a marketing slot or bundle.
    • A press avail.
    • Non-binding notice of access for work.
    • A readily readily available stock of oil.
    • Profit; advantage toward success; benefit; value.
    • Profits.
    • positive aspect, profit, or benefit, in a broad sense; additionally, value or estimation.
    • Efficacy for a purpose; advantage to an object or end: now made use of mainly in bad phrases, or phrases of unfavorable import: as, of minimum avail; we question whether or not it may be of much avail.
    • plural Profits or proceeds: as, the avails of a-sale by auction.
    • Returns.
    • a way of providing
    • Use, benefit, or benefit: labored to no avail.
    • work; striving.
    • An advertising slot or bundle.
    • A press avail.
    • Non-binding notice of availability for work.
    • A readily available stock of oil.
    • Profit; advantage toward success; benefit; value.
    • Profits.
    • Advantage, revenue, or advantage, in a broad feeling; also, price or estimation.
    • effectiveness for an intention; benefit to an object or end: now made use of chiefly in bad phrases, or phrases of bad import: since, of minimal avail; we doubt whether it will likely to be of much avail.
    • plural Profits or profits: as, the avails of a sale by auction.
    • Returns.
    • an easy method of offering
  • idiom:
    • avail (oneself) of To make use of.
    • avail (oneself) of to work with.
  • verb:
    • To turn toward benefit of
    • become of service to.
    • To promote; to assist.
    • To be of good use or advantage; to answer or provide the point; to have power, power, or efficacy sufficient to complete the object.
    • to supply.
    • See avale, v.
    • take or use
    • be of use to, be helpful to
    • use to an individual's benefit
    • To turn into advantageous asset of
    • becoming of solution to.
    • to advertise; to help.
    • is of good use or benefit; to answer or offer the purpose; having strength, force, or efficacy adequate to achieve the object.
    • to offer.
    • See avale, v.
    • simply take or use
    • be of good use to, be useful to
    • used to one's advantage
  • others:
    • to possess worth or use; be of service or advantage; offer revenue: as, wealth avails bit to a castaway.
    • having power or effectiveness; serve for an objective; provide aid toward an-end: as, their cries availed to create relief.
    • To take or draw advantage; apply or profit.
    • is the advantageous asset of; assist or benefit: because, exactly what will skill avail us against numbers?
    • to market; prosper; guide: said of things.
    • To advantage; revenue; provide the benefit to: utilized reflexively, with of: because, he availed himself of the opportunity.
    • See avale.
    • To have price or use; be of solution or benefit; offer revenue: as, wide range avails little to a castaway.
    • to possess power or efficacy; serve for a purpose; provide aid toward an-end: as, his cries availed to carry relief.
    • To simply take or draw benefit; apply or profit.
    • To be when it comes to advantageous asset of; assist or profit: because, what's going to experience avail us against numbers?
    • To promote; prosper; aid: said of things.
    • To benefit; profit; give the benefit to: utilized reflexively, with of: as, he availed himself of chance.
    • See avale.

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