Antonym: damage, lose, loss. Similar words: benefit from, beneath, in effect, bend, bench, fit to, outfit, define. Meaning: ['benɪfɪt] n. 1. financial assistance in time of need 2. something that aids or promotes well-being 3. a performance to raise money for a charitable cause. v. 1. derive a benefit from 2. be beneficial for.
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4. He couldn't see the benefit of arguing any longer.
5. The company plans to beef up our fringe benefit.
6. In any case, we could halve the benefit.
7. For maximum benefit, take the tablets before meals.
8. It will be to your benefit to arrive early.
9. People would benefit greatly from a pollution-free vehicle.
10. People who apply for housing benefit must be means-tested.
11. That was a health programme to benefit everyone.
12. They labour assiduously for the benefit of future generations.
13. Will the AIDS patients benefit by the new drug?
14. Medically, we will derive great benefit from this technique.
15. Chinese people benefit a lot from the open-up policy.
16. It's for your own benefit.
17. A stammering child can benefit from speech therapy.
18. I've had the benefit of a good education.
19. She derived no benefit from the course of drugs.
20. The new regulations will be of benefit to everyone concerned.
21. Benefit is calculated on the basis of average weekly earnings.
22. People doing yoga benefit from an increased feeling of well-being.
23. The creation of new playgrounds will benefit the local children.
24. It is said Yogo is of great benefit to human health.
25. How differences between men and women might be used for our mu-tual benefit in everything from our relation with one another to a better undrestanding of how our brains work.
26. I feel that women in all types of employment can benefit from joining a union.
27. Not making a will can have serious consequences for the people you might wish to benefit.
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29. You need to spend at least a week there to get the full benefit .
30. I had mixed feelings when I learned of your new assignment. Although we will miss you, we have to admit that management has made a wise choice in placing you where they can benefit most from your talents. We will long remember the hard work and happy moments we have shared. You have been a great team member. Best wishes and keep up the good work.
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