Similar words: exploit, exploration, explanation, agitation, limitation, invitation, precipitation, explosion. Meaning: [‚eksplɔɪ'teɪʃn] n. 1. the act of making some area of land or water more profitable or productive or useful 2. an act that exploits or victimizes someone (treats them unfairly).
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(1) Commercial exploitation of resources threatens our survival.
(2) The islanders endured centuries of exploitation.
(3) Emergent democracies created markets that were ripe for exploitation.
(4) Almost without exception these women fall victim to exploitation.
(5) Migrant workers are vulnerable to exploitation.
(6) Marx wrote about the exploitation of the workers.
(7) The film industry thrives on the sexual exploitation of women.
(8) By its very nature , capitalism involves exploitation of the worker.
(9) Clever exploitation of the latest technology would be a sure formula for success.
(10) The result was intense resentment against noble exploitation.
(11) Incidentally, foreign exploitation was not the only evil involved.
(12) It pleads for the safeguarding of childhood against exploitation.
(13) She would shrink from that sort of exploitation.
(14) Here it was the worst kind of exploitation.
(15) August Wilson's gutsy play on exploitation and oppression.
(16) Nor does it ensure freedom from exploitation and oppression.
(17) The company was fined for the exploitation of its immigrant workers.
(18) And exploitation of the tourist appeal is difficult because state law forbids cemeteries to charge admission.
(19) I think the development is a stalking horse for exploitation of the surrounding countryside.
(20) The party's avowed aim was to struggle against capitalist exploitation.
(21) They can build a more harmonious society once inequality and exploitation are removed.
(22) Conservationists in Chile are concerned over the effect of commercial exploitation of forests.
(23) Extra payments should be made to protect the interests of the staff and prevent exploitation.
(24) The developed nations have all benefited from their imperialist exploitation.
(25) Starvation and poverty are the result of global economic exploitation[Sentencedict.com], not lack of resources.
(26) Mr Mendes was leading a campaign to save Brazil's rainforest from exploitation.
(27) I have a vision of a society that is free of exploitation and injustice.
(28) Human ecology includes a vast complexity of social elements, themselves functioning in relation to modes of economic exploitation in varying regional ecologies.
(29) Above all, they did nothing whatsoever to tackle the primary source of peasant rebelliousness: their semi-feudal exploitation.
(30) Given the existence of resource mobility in a single country, the exploitation of comparative advantage is possible.
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