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disadvantage

US [ˌdɪsədˈvæntɪdʒ]
UK [ˌdɪsədˈvɑːntɪdʒ]
  • n.不利因素;障碍;不便之处
  • v.使不利
  • Web缺点;不利条件;劣势
Plural Form:disadvantages  Present Participle:disadvantaging  Past Tense:disadvantaged  
disadvantage
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n.
1.
不利因素;障碍;不便之处something that causes problems and tends to stop sb/sth from succeeding or making progress
a serious/severe/considerable disadvantage
重大的不利条件
One major disadvantage of the area is the lack of public transport.
这个地区的一大不便之处就是缺少公共交通工具。
There are disadvantages to the plan.
这个计划有诸多不利因素。
What's the main disadvantage ?
主要的不利条件是什么?
I was at a disadvantage compared to the younger members of the team.
与队里较年轻的队员相比,我处于不利地位。
The fact that he didn't speak a foreign language put him at a distinct disadvantage .
他不会说外语使他处于明显的不利地位。
I hope my lack of experience won't be to my disadvantage .
但愿我的经验不足不会使我吃亏。
The advantages of the scheme far outweighed the disadvantages .
这个计划的优点远远超过了缺点。
Many children in the class suffered severe social and economic disadvantage.
班上许多孩子都来自社会地位低下、经济困难的家庭。

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