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Depending on your scheme, you might be able to take your pension from the age of 55, but this can reduce the amount you get. It’s also possible to take your pension without retiring. You might also be able to defer taking your pension. This might mean you get a higher income when you do take it. Check your scheme for details.
A MAN who took advantage of a sleeping teenage girl was locked up for two years yesterday after he admitted sexual offences with her. Man took advantage of sleeping teenager The Black Eyes Peas star and producer turned down Jackson's generous offers of flights and accommodation as he didn't want to become one of the many hangers-on who took advantage of the Thriller singer.
Synonyms for taking advantage include exploitation, misuse, manipulation, abuse, cheating, enslavement, fleecing, squeezing, swindling and victimisation. Find more.
If someone takes advantage of you, they treat you unfairly for their own benefit, especially when you are trying to be kind or to help them. He felt the church was taking advantage of her and pushing her to work too many hours. See full dictionary entry for advantage COBUILD Advanced English Dictionary.
Advantage, benefit, profit all mean something that is of use or value. Advantage is anything that places one in an improved position, especially in coping with competition or difficulties: It is to one's advantage to have traveled widely.
Definition and synonyms of take advantage of someone from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. This is the British English definition of take advantage of someone.View American English definition of take advantage of someone. Change your default dictionary to American English.
It means don't take advantage of a petsons kindness. Kind people are kund by nature, it doesn't mean they are weak and that they can be taken advantage of by the person they are kind to.