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Synonyms for take advantage

draw advantages from

make excessive use of

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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.
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.
Studio applications can take advantage of the Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) and DVB-ASI services complemented with an optional 270 Mbps SDI Access Module for uncompressed video.
By taking advantage of Intel's advanced Hyper-Threading capabilities, users can either initiate large OmniPage Pro 14 Office jobs and work in parallel with no hindrance to speed or productivity within their other applications, or simply take advantage of increased OCR processing speeds.
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.