[noun] - a condition giving a greater chance of successThe advantage of booking tickets in advance is that you get better seats. [C]Despite the twin advantages of wealth and beauty, she did not have a happy life. [C]It would be to your advantage (= It would improve the situation for you) to agree to his demands. [U + to infinitive]For a goalkeeper, it's a great advantage to have big hands. [C + to infinitive]His height and reach give him a big advantage over (= make him better than) other boxers. [C]Advantage is the word used in tennis when a player has won the point after deuce.Advantage Jackson!(UK formal) "Do you know how old I am?" "I'm afraid you have the advantage of me there (= you know the answer but I do not)."To take advantage of a situation is to benefit intentionally from it.Take advantage of this week's lower prices (= Buy while prices are lower).(disapproving) To take advantage of a person or their qualities is to benefit selfishly from them without giving anything in return.I think she takes advantage of his good nature.
Meaning of ADVANTAGE in English
Cambridge English vocab. Кембриджский английский словарь. 2012