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Benefit vs. Benifit

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Benefitnoun

An advantage; help or aid from something.

‘It was for her benefit.’; ‘His benefit was free beer.’;

Benifitverb

misspelling of benefit

Benefitnoun

(insurance) A payment made in accordance with an insurance policy or a public assistance scheme.

Benifitnoun

misspelling of benefit

Benefitnoun

An event such as a performance, given to raise funds for some cause.

Benefitnoun

(obsolete) beneficence; liberality

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Benefitverb

(transitive) To be or to provide a benefit to.

Benefitverb

(intransitive) To receive a benefit (from); to be a beneficiary.

Benefitnoun

An act of kindness; a favor conferred.

‘Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits.’;

Benefitnoun

Whatever promotes prosperity and personal happiness, or adds value to property; advantage; profit.

‘Men have no right to what is not for their benefit.’;

Benefitnoun

A theatrical performance, a concert, or the like, the proceeds of which do not go to the lessee of the theater or to the company, but to some individual actor, or to some charitable use.

Benefitnoun

Beneficence; liberality.

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Benefitnoun

Natural advantages; endowments; accomplishments.

Benefitverb

To be beneficial to; to do good to; to advantage; to advance in health or prosperity; to be useful to; to profit.

‘I will repent of the good, wherewith I said I would benefit them.’;

Benefitverb

To gain advantage; to make improvement; to profit; as, he will benefit by the change.

Benefitnoun

financial assistance in time of need

Benefitnoun

something that aids or promotes well-being;

‘for the common good’;

Benefitnoun

a performance to raise money for a charitable cause

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Benefitverb

derive a benefit from;

‘She profited from his vast experience’;

Benefitverb

be beneficial for;

‘This will do you good’;

Benefitnoun

an advantage or profit gained from something

‘enjoy the benefits of being a member’; ‘the changes are of benefit to commerce’;

Benefitnoun

a payment made by the state or an insurance scheme to someone entitled to receive it

‘part-time jobs supplemented by means-tested benefits’; ‘families on benefit’;

Benefitnoun

an event such as a concert or game that is intended to raise money for a particular player or charity

‘a benefit gig’; ‘the social season was highlighted by debutante balls and charity benefits’;

Benefitverb

receive an advantage; profit

‘the areas would benefit from regeneration’;

Benefitverb

bring advantage to

‘the bill will benefit Britain’;

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