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Exploitate vs. Exploit

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Exploitateverb

To exploit.

Exploitnoun

A heroic or extraordinary deed.

Exploitnoun

An achievement.

‘The first trek to the summit of Mount Everest was a stunning exploit.’;

Exploitnoun

(computing) A program or technique that exploits a vulnerability in other software.

Exploitverb

(transitive) To use for one’s own advantage.

Exploitverb

(transitive) To forcibly deprive someone of something to which she or he has a natural right.

‘Materialistic monsters who exploit "kind" folks will not have good outcomes, no matter how much comforts were ill-gained.’;

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Exploitnoun

A deed or act; especially, a heroic act; a deed of renown; an adventurous or noble achievement; as, the exploits of Alexander the Great.

‘Ripe for exploits and mighty enterprises.’;

Exploitnoun

Combat; war.

‘He made haste to exploit some warlike service.’;

Exploitnoun

To utilize; to make available; to get the value or usefulness out of; as, to exploit a mine or agricultural lands; to exploit public opinion.

Exploitnoun

Hence: To draw an illegitimate profit from; to speculate on; to put upon.

‘In no sense whatever does a man who accumulates a fortune by legitimate industry exploit his employés or make his capital "out of" anybody else.’;

Exploitnoun

a notable achievement;

‘he performed a great deed’; ‘the book was her finest effort’;

Exploitverb

use or manipulate to one's advantage;

‘He exploit the new taxation system’; ‘She knows how to work the system’; ‘he works his parents for sympathy’;

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Exploitverb

draw from; make good use of;

‘we must exploit the resources we are given wisely’;

Exploitverb

work excessively hard;

‘he is exploiting the students’;

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