verb (used with object), lev·er·aged, lev·er·ag·ing.
Origin of leverage
Examples from the Web for leveraging
Contemporary Examples of leveraging
It's leveraging its user base to make it more the algorithm more intelligent.Amiigo Tracker Pairs Data With Deadlifts
August 4, 2014
Zelaya's ouster was controversial, and his supporters counted on leveraging his image as a coup victim into a sympathy vote.Honduras Presidential Election Passes Over Chavez Loyalists
November 27, 2013
Unashamed about his wealth—made from sweat not speculation, he claimed—he worked at leveraging fortune into celebrity.The Rise And Fall Of Brazilian Billionaire Eike Batista
November 9, 2013
Advertisers—and the weather sites—are leveraging the obsession.It’s Not a Storm Until the Weather Channel Names It
March 7, 2013
Obama is leveraging this to its maximum potential, even more than in 2008.Obama’s Last-Minute Twitter Surge
November 6, 2012
The amount in which a purchase is paid for in borrowed money. The greater the leverage, the greater the possible gain or potential loss.