Don’t take advantage of people’s moments of weakness. ——Aesop
To take advantage of antagonism and acquire materials
People who DO not take advantage of these tax savings offered legally are missing a great opportunity to build their asset columns.
A possibility to take advantage of a chance FOR ...;there is a crack to wedge oneself into
The art of flatterers is to take advantage of the foibles of the great, to Foster error, and never to give advice, which may annoy. ——Moliere
Poor boy, he thought his honour required HIM not to take advantage of my inexperience
He' s using His charm to try to take advantage of her, ie seduce her
Gladly dId I take advantage of thIs IntImatIon; and the mInute I flung myself Into a chaIr, by the fIre, I nodded, and slept
The captain ordered his men to clap on more sail, so that it can take advantage of the fresh wind
The other of course is to advertise; to take advantage of mass dissemination and let IT spread the word for you.