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exploited, past participle; exploited, past tense; exploiting, present participle; exploits, 3rd person singular present;
  1. Make full use of and derive benefit from (a resource)
    • - 500 companies sprang up to exploit this new technology
  2. Use (a situation or person) in an unfair or selfish way
    • - the company was exploiting a legal loophole
    • - accusations that he exploited a wealthy patient
  3. Benefit unfairly from the work of (someone), typically by overworking or underpaying them
    • - making money does not always mean exploiting others
  1. A bold or daring feat
    • - the most heroic and secretive exploits of the war

  1. 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"
  2. feat: a notable achievement; "he performed a great feat"; "the book was her finest effort"
  3. draw from; make good use of; "we must exploit the resources we are given wisely"
  4. overwork: work excessively hard; "he is exploiting the students"
  5. (exploitation) the act of making some area of land or water more profitable or productive or useful; "the development of Alaskan resources"; "the exploitation of copper deposits"
  6. (exploitation) an act that exploits or victimizes someone (treats them unfairly); "capitalistic exploitation of the working class"; "paying Blacks less and charging them more is a form of victimization"
  7. An exploit (from the in the French language, meaning "achievement", or "accomplishment") is a piece of software, a chunk of data, or sequence of commands that take advantage of a bug, glitch or vulnerability in order to cause unintended or unanticipated behavior to occur on computer software, ...
  8. Main article: Overexploitation Some exploitation of natural resources is an essential condition of the human existence. This refers primarily to food production and necessities. ...
  9. An exploit, in video games, is the use of a bug or design flaw by a player to their advantage in a manner not intended by the game's designers. It is often colloquially abbreviated sploit. ...
  10. (Exploitation (biology)) Cheating, also known as exploitation, between organisms is a form of parasitism or specialized predation in which an organism engages in what appears to be a mutualistic relationship with another organism, but does not in fact provide any benefit to the other organism. ...
  11. The Exploited are a Scottish punk band from the second wave of UK punk, formed in 1979.
  12. (Exploits (electoral district)) Exploits is a provincial electoral district for the House of Assembly of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
  13. A heroic or extraordinary deed; An achievement; A program or technique that exploits a vulnerability in other software; To use for one’s own advantage
  14. (Exploitation) The selfish or unfair using of someone or something for one's own advantage. Abuse. ««
  15. (exploitation) The use often harmful or unfair of another being for one's own advantage or pleasure (e.g., for food, clothing, research, and entertainment in the case of animals).
  16. (exploitation) The process of obtaining intelligence information from any source and taking advantage of it.
  17. (exploitation) (JP 1-02, NATO) - 1. Taking full advantage of success in battle and following up initial gains. 2. Taking full advantage of any information that has come to hand for tactical, operational, or strategic purposes. 3. ...
  18. (Exploitation) various methods of optimizing oil and gas production or establishing additional reserves from producing properties through additional drilling or the application of new technology.
  19. (Exploitation) Utilization of another person or group for selfish purposes
  20. (Exploitation) A process whereby one or more persons appropriate the surplus labor of others (the fruits of their labor less some compensation of lesser value than the net value added in those products of labor).
  21. (Exploitation) A social or institutional relationship in which one party benefits at the expense of the other through an imbalance in power.
  22. (Exploitation) Any “voluntary” exchange that is not sanctioned by a leftist government.
  23. (Exploitation) Can be financial, physical, or psychological; pressure to give money, to spend a great deal on courses or give excessively to special projects, or to engage in inappropriate sexual activities, even child abuse.
  24. (Exploitation) Marx refers to the exploitation of an entire segment or class of society by another.  He sees it as being an inherent feature and key element of capitalism and free markets. ...
  25. (Exploitation) Misuse of one person or group by another. In economics, the appropriation of a person or group's labor by someone else. Example: The capitalist exploits the worker by appropriating the product of his/her labor. More