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Definition of "exploiting" []

  • A notable deed or feat, esp one that is noble or heroic (noun)
  • To take advantage of (a person, situation, etc), esp unethically or unjustly for one's own ends (verb)
  • To make the best use of (verb)
  • Present participle of exploit. (verb)

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Use "exploiting" in a sentence
  • "I mean, we all know they didn't exactly part on the best of terms, and one of the main bones of contention was the band's concerns over the label exploiting their back catalogue."
  • "For over five years, analyst firm Gartner has suggested that social engineering, which it describes as exploiting people rather than technology, has been the biggest threat to IT security."
  • "Sifto77, get real, President Obama takes his kids out for an ice cream and you call it exploiting them?"
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