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A weakness or undesirable characteristic; a con

The disadvantage to owning a food processor is that you have to store it somewhere.

To place at a disadvantage

They fear it might disadvantage honest participants to allow automated entries.

A setback or handicap

My height is a disadvantage for reaching high shelves.

{n} loss, prejudice
{v} to injure
{f} cause to be in an inferior or position; cause loss, harm
put at a disadvantage; hinder, harm; "This rule clearly disadvantages me"
Loss; detriment; hindrance; prejudice to interest, fame, credit, profit, or other good
{i} problematic condition; defect, drawback
the quality of having an inferior or less favorable position
A disadvantage is a factor which makes someone or something less useful, acceptable, or successful than other people or things. His two main rivals suffer the disadvantage of having been long-term political exiles the advantages and disadvantages of allowing priests to marry. advantage
If something is to your disadvantage or works to your disadvantage, it creates difficulties for you. A snap election would be to their disadvantage. something that causes problems, or that makes someone or something less likely to be successful or effective   advantage disadvantage of. to make someone less likely to be successful or to put them in a worse situation than others
Deprivation of advantage; unfavorable or prejudicial quality, condition, circumstance, or the like; that which hinders success, or causes loss or injury
To injure the interest of; to be detrimental to
the quality of having an inferior or less favorable position put at a disadvantage; hinder, harm; "This rule clearly disadvantages me
If you are at a disadvantage, you have a problem or difficulty that many other people do not have, which makes it harder for you to be successful. The children from poor families were at a distinct disadvantage
Simple past tense and past participle of disadvantage
Poor; in financial difficulties
at a disadvantage
in an inferior position, at a lower point
be at a disadvantage
be in an unfavorable situation or circumstance, be in a detrimental situation
{s} underprivileged; deprived, lacking advantages
past of disadvantage
People who are disadvantaged or live in disadvantaged areas live in bad conditions and tend not to get a good education or have a reasonable standard of living. the educational problems of disadvantaged children = underprivileged The disadvantaged are people who are disadvantaged
Lacking an advantage relative to another
marked by deprivation especially of the necessities of life or healthful environmental influences; "a childhood that was unhappy and deprived, the family living off charity"; "boys from a deprived environment, wherein the family life revealed a pattern of neglect, moral degradation, and disregard for law"
Low-security networks with 10 users or fewer Used for Networks with more than 10 users
Law firm assumes the risk of cost overruns As a result, lawyers must foresee all contingencies and fully understand the costs of providing services, or risk losing money on the engagement Client assumes the risk of a bad outcome Thus, unforeseen circumstances could lead to tensions around the need for higher quality work product and/or additional effort from the firm
Disadvantages include unlimited personal liability for all debts and liabilities of the business, limited ability to raise capital, and termination of the business upon the owner's death You should note that a small business owner might very well select the sole proprietorship to begin, and later, he or she may decide to form a different business type such as a limited liability company or corporation
third-person singular of disadvantage
plural of disadvantage
present participle of disadvantage