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exploit
ɪk'splɔɪt
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A notable achievement.
(动) As a verb
  1. Use or manipulate to one's advantage.
  2. Draw from; make good use of.
  3. Work excessively hard.
Hyphenationex•ploit
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb
Matching Results
剥削bōxuē, bōxuè (Tw)to exploit; exploitation
开发kāifāto exploit (a resource); to open up (for development); to develop
功绩gōngjìfeat; contribution; merits and achievements
功勋gōngxūnachievement; meritorious deed; contributions (for the good of society)
伟业wěiyèexploit; great undertaking
勋绩xūnjìexploit
盘剥pánbōto exploit; to practice usury
利用lìyòngto exploit; to make use of; to use; to take advantage of; to utilize
乘隙chéngxìto seize an opportunity; to exploit (a loophole)
刻剥kèbōto grab money; to exploit
juānto reduce; to exploit
牟利móulìto gain profit (by underhand means); to exploit; exploitation
牟取móuqǔto gain profit (by underhand means); to exploit; see also 谋取
开采kāicǎito extract (ore or other resource from a mine); to exploit; to mine
鱼肉yúròu(fish meat); referring to those who are being butchered or exploited; to butcher; to cruelly oppress; to exploit
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