to have advantages
- The former option favours the married man.
- He has the advantage of a steady job.
- Publicity is a ,two-edged `weapon.
- The exchanging of political favors, especially the trading of influence or votes among legislators to achieve passage of projects that are of interest to one another.
- The conditions are favorable for opening a new business.
- He made several favorable comments about their candidate.
- Having waters rich in mineral and organic nutrients that promote a proliferation of plant life, especially algae, which reduces the dissolved oxygen content and often causes
- Don't believe a word that child tells you. He'd swear black was white if he thought it was to his advantage.
- Tax laws that favored the privileged at the expense of the disadvantaged.
- He has the inside track in the election because his father was so well known and admired.
- One of the parties having an interest in the same matter.
- A sale favorable especially to the buyer; a bargain.
- He will spend christmas in a country mansion instead of a london prison cell after the uk's high court ruled in favour of the wikileaks founder.
- But unlike you she has no expectation that her degree will lead to gainful employment.