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advantaged

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadvantagedad‧van‧taged /ədˈvɑːntɪdʒd $ ədˈvæn-/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 having more money, a higher social position etc than someone else opp disadvantaged 🔊 Some of the boys come from less advantaged backgrounds.socially/geographically/economically etc advantaged
Examples from the Corpus
advantagedThe expanding region will attract capital for investment and workers will migrate from the less advantaged areas.We are thinking of the advantaged children.The hon. Gentleman came not from an especially poor background, but not from an especially advantaged one either.Our refining costs remain lower than those of the industry and we are taking steps to improve on this advantaged position.The advantaged will become an interest group, perhaps a social class or status group.less advantagedThe expanding region will attract capital for investment and workers will migrate from the less advantaged areas.
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