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ex·ploit

 (ĕk′sploit′, ĭk-sploit′)
n.
1. An act or deed, especially a brilliant or heroic one. See Synonyms at feat1.
2. Computers A program or system designed to take advantage of a particular error or security vulnerability in computers or networks.
tr.v. (ĭk-sploit′, ĕk′sploit′) ex·ploit·ed, ex·ploit·ing, ex·ploits
1. To employ to the greatest possible advantage: exploit one's talents.
2. To make use of selfishly or unethically: a corporation that exploited peasant labor.

[Middle English, from Old French esploit, from Latin explicitum, neuter past participle of explicāre, to unfold; see explicate.]

ex·ploit′a·bil′i·ty n.
ex·ploit′a·ble adj.
ex·ploit′a·tive, ex·ploit′ive adj.
ex·ploit′a·tive·ly, ex·ploit′ive·ly adv.
ex·ploit′er n.
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exploitable

adjective
Easily imposed on or tricked:
Translations

exploitable

[eksˈplɔɪtəbl] ADJexplotable

exploitable

[ɛksˈplɔɪtəbl] adjsfruttabile
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It is mentioned that Pakistan has abundance of economically exploitable reserves of coal, rock salt, limestone and onyx marble, China clay, dolomite, fire clay, gypsum, silica sand and granite as well as precious and semiprecious stones.
Recent remarks by energy minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis have given rise to conjecture that offshore Block 12 may not hold additional exploitable gas reserves other than the Aphrodite well.
This is a concession to explore this territory, in which investigations will be made in order to find out if the area has exploitable resources in sufficient quantity that would justify exploiting it later on.
With domestic gas consumption rising and its geographic location meaning it is also well-placed to supply international markets, major exploitable reserves could be a game changer for Turkey's economy and highly lucrative for whoever finds them.
Eventually, fellows will gain experience in technology transfer when moving their prototypical systems to commercially exploitable assest relevant to different industry sectors, from pharmaceuticals through food and healthcare to environmental safety.
Officials were quoted by the Turkish daily Sabah, stating, "Now the well will be able to tap into a tangible, exploitable reserve.
The volume of Iran's exploitable oil reserves amount to 156 billion barrels and the volume of the country's exploitable gas reserves stands at approximately 34 trillion cubic meters, Khojasteh-Mehr said.
Rangitoto has the size and scope to climb the chasing ranks, so races off what looks an exploitable mark of 131 on his handicap chase debut.
The company has already established a number of commercially exploitable production assets.
Delivering proactive wireless perimeter protection for legacy systems, such as handhelds and scanners equipped only with WEP or WPA/TKIP, as well as modern WPA2and EAP-based networks, helps prevent the exposure of potentially exploitable information, such as user identities and credit card information.
Given great energy reserves, 138 billion barrels of exploitable oil and 28 trillion cubic meters of gas, Iran is one of the main energy poles in the world, Nozari added.
That portrayal is in sharp contrast to Abigail's young servant, who is happily solo and therefore exploitable by no man.