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to (one's) advantage

In a way that benefits one. They turned the buyout deal to their advantage by working in a clause wherein they would receive pro rata compensation for earnings from merchandising. I know you're disappointed about the delay, but I think this can actually work to our advantage.
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to advantage

Positively or beneficially. You look beautiful. That color really suits you to advantage.
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to (good, better, etc.) adˈvantage

in a way that produces a good result: You would be spending your time to better advantage if you did what I suggested.That’s a lovely picture but it’s not seen to its best advantage on that wall.
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to advantage

To good effect; favorably: The roses were displayed to advantage in a blue vase.
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The deal is valued at more than $6 million, according to Advantage Learning Systems' Vice Chairman Terrance Paul.
We feel the arrangement will allow IPS to continue doing what it does best, while adding exciting new products to Advantage Learning Systems' offering,'' Paul said.
Gergen also mentioned, ``Our position as the only bank headquartered in Kenosha has resulted in large numbers of people switching their personal and commercial accounts to Advantage.