verb (used with object), ben·e·fit·ed or ben·e·fit·ted, ben·e·fit·ing or ben·e·fit·ting.
verb (used without object), ben·e·fit·ed or ben·e·fit·ted, ben·e·fit·ing or ben·e·fit·ting.
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Example sentences from the Web for benefit
Subscription services give companies an opportunity to be upfront about their fees, as well as their benefits.
In this case, laboratory, epidemiological and population-based studies all showed “very substantial benefits” of mask-wearing, he said.Wearing a mask isn’t just about protecting other people, the CDC says. It can help you — and might prevent lockdowns.|Ben Guarino, Lena H. Sun, Ariana Eunjung Cha|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
On one hand, the manager recognized the benefit of Robles seeing more pitches and getting more reps in the outfield.A bulked-up Victor Robles had a down year. He’ll look to fine-tune his game in winter ball.|Jesse Dougherty|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
More than 21 million people continue to draw unemployment benefits in what was often compared to the jobless crisis of the Great Depression during the height of the economic shutdown in the spring.Economy added 638,000 jobs in October as growth slows|Eli Rosenberg|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
On July 30, 1965, he signed the Medicare bill, with benefits becoming available 11 months later.Philip Lee, physician and LBJ official who rolled out Medicare, dies at 96|Emily Langer|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
British Dictionary definitions for benefit
- an allowance paid by the government as for sickness, unemployment, etc, to which a person is entitled under social security or the national insurance scheme
- any similar allowance in various other countries
verb -fits, -fiting or -fited or esp US -fits, -fitting or -fitted
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Idioms and Phrases with benefit
see give the benefit.