disadvantage definition

  • noun:
    • An unfavorable condition or situation.
    • a thing that places one in an unfavorable problem or scenario.
    • harm or loss, specifically to reputation or finances; detriment.
    • A weakness or unwanted attribute; a con.
    • A setback or handicap.
    • Deprivation of advantage; bad or prejudicial quality, condition, circumstance, or even the want; that which hinders success, or reasons loss or damage.
    • reduction; detriment; barrier; prejudice to interest, fame, credit, profit, or any other good.
    • lack or deprivation of advantage; whatever stops success or makes challenging; any bad situation or problem: because, the disadvantage of poverty or imperfect training.
    • Loss; damage; bias to interest, reputation, credit, revenue, or any other good: as, to offer goods to disadvantage.
    • Synonyms Detriment, injury, hurt, harm, harm, prejudice, drawback.
    • the grade of having a substandard or less positive place
    • An unfavorable problem or circumstance.
    • An unfavorable condition or circumstance.
    • Something that locations one in an unfavorable condition or situation.
    • Damage or reduction, specifically to reputation or finances; detriment.
    • something which places one in an unfavorable problem or scenario.
    • Damage or loss, specifically to reputation or finances; detriment.
    • A weakness or unwanted feature; a con.
    • A weakness or undesirable feature; a con.
    • A setback or handicap.
    • A setback or handicap.
    • Deprivation of advantage; undesirable or prejudicial high quality, condition, circumstance, or even the want; that which hinders success, or factors reduction or injury.
    • Loss; detriment; hindrance; bias to interest, popularity, credit, profit, or any other great.
    • Absence or starvation of benefit; whatever stops success or renders it difficult; any undesirable scenario or problem: because, the downside of poverty or imperfect knowledge.
    • reduction; damage; prejudice to interest, reputation, credit, profit, or any other good: as, to offer goods to downside.
    • Synonyms Detriment, damage, hurt, damage, damage, prejudice, disadvantage.
    • the grade of having a substandard or less positive place
    • Deprivation of advantage; bad or prejudicial quality, condition, circumstance, and/or want; that which hinders success, or reasons loss or damage.
    • reduction; detriment; hindrance; prejudice to interest, popularity, credit, revenue, or any other great.
    • lack or starvation of advantage; that which stops success or renders challenging; any bad scenario or condition: because, the drawback of poverty or imperfect education.
    • Loss; injury; prejudice to interest, reputation, credit, revenue, or any other great: as, to market items to downside.
    • Synonyms Detriment, damage, hurt, damage, damage, bias, downside.
    • the grade of having a substandard or less positive position
  • verb-transitive:
    • to place at a disadvantage; impede or harm.
    • To injure the interest of; becoming detrimental to.
    • To put at a disadvantage; hinder or harm.
    • To put at a disadvantage; impede or damage.
    • To injure the attention of; to be harmful to.
    • To injure the attention of; becoming detrimental to.
  • verb:
    • To place at a disadvantage.
    • put at a disadvantage; hinder, damage
    • to position at a disadvantage.
    • place at a disadvantage; hinder, damage
    • to position at a disadvantage.
    • place at a disadvantage; hinder, harm
  • others:
    • To hinder or embarrass; do something prejudicial or harmful to; put at drawback.
    • To hinder or embarrass; make a move prejudicial or injurious to; placed at downside.
    • To impede or embarrass; make a move prejudicial or injurious to; placed at drawback.

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