at an advantage


: in a better position to succeed
The union should be at an advantage in the negotiations.

Examples of at an advantage in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Those with access to existing large image databases (such as Getty and Shutterstock) are at an advantage when using licensed training data. Benj Edwards, Ars Technica, 25 Oct. 2023 Of course, Haley and Scott are at an advantage here: Haley was the two-term governor of the Palmetto State, and Scott has been its junior senator since 2013. Nathaniel Rakich, ABC News, 9 Oct. 2023 The shower will be viewable for skywatchers across the U.S., but those in the southern latitudes of the country will be at an advantage. Skyler Caruso, Peoplemag, 24 July 2023 Those who have worked with puff pastry dough and pastry bags will be at an advantage. Daniel Higgins, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 31 July 2020 Audience members who are already familiar with the television show will be at an advantage. Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times, 2 June 2023 So with the Falcon Heavy, SpaceX is at an advantage in terms of bidding on military launch contracts. Eric Berger, Ars Technica, 31 Oct. 2022 Democratic voter registration in the Golden State largely outpaces that of both Republicans and independents, putting Newsom at an advantage. Meg Cunningham, ABC News, 14 Sep. 2021 While some international groups and a number of nations are promising to make vaccines affordable and accessible to all, doses will likely struggle to keep up with demand at first, putting those with early supply agreements at an advantage. Ishika Mookerjee,, 3 Aug. 2020 See More

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“At an advantage.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 30 Nov. 2023.

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