To take advantage of

to profit by; (often used in a bad sense) to overreach, to outwit.
- Sheridan.

See also: Advantage

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There may never be a better time to take advantage of load reduction programs and make your facility more energy-efficient.
As a result, we had several phone calls from those with physical challenges such as Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Arthritis and Cancer who wanted to take advantage of exercise.
Instant messaging is the easiest way for hackers to take advantage of this security breach because users simply need to click a link in an IM conversation to get directed to a Web site infecting their machines.
A huge number of foreign and domestic retailers are either entering the New York market for the first time or leasing multiple locations in order to take advantage of one of the best environments for tenants in recent memory.
Vendors looking to take advantage of these trends will need to employ technical and business strategies with greater flexibility than has been required in the past.
Starry Night X is the newest addition to the highly successful and award winning Starry Night family of space & astronomy software and is designed to take advantage of the incredible technologies in Mac OS X, Apple's super-modern operating system.
By investing with his partner, he is able to take advantage of twice the borrowing capacity.
Broadening access to organizations' dashboard through wireless devices further allows customers to take advantage of their investments in the Microsoft platform," said David Holladay, Digital Dashboard product manager, Microsoft Corp.
As new industries turn to online auctions for their business-to-business initiatives, OpenSite enables companies to take advantage of efficient markets, increase revenues, strengthen customer relationships, liquidate distressed inventory and much more through dynamic pricing.
The company offers a wide range of products and services for business and personal use, each designed with the mission of making it easier and more enjoyable for people to take advantage of the full power of personal computing every day.
The Pentium III processor opens a world of new opportunities for businesses and consumers wishing to take advantage of IPIX immersive images and deliver the most compelling photographs on the Web today.
Wyse's use of widely accepted x86 processors and its deployment of underlying MS-DOS-compatible "firmware calls" in the T2000 platform design enables OEMs to take advantage of a broad range of existing development tools and achieve rapid time-to-market.