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vantage

[ van-tij, vahn- ]
/ ˈvæn tɪdʒ, ˈvɑn- /
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noun
a position, condition, or place affording some advantage or a commanding view.
an advantage or superiority: the vantage of wisdom that often comes with age.
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Origin of vantage

1250–1300; Middle English <Anglo-French, aphetic variant of avantageadvantage
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British Dictionary definitions for vantage

vantage
/ (ˈvɑːntɪdʒ) /

noun
a state, position, or opportunity affording superiority or advantage
superiority or benefit accruing from such a position, state, etc
tennis short for advantage

Derived forms of vantage

vantageless, adjective

Word Origin for vantage

C13: from Old French avantage advantage
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