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exploitation 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌeksploiˈtāSHən/,
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exploitations, plural;
  1. The action or fact of treating someone unfairly in order to benefit from their work
    • - the exploitation of migrant workers
  2. The action of making use of and benefiting from resources
    • - the Bronze Age saw exploitation of gold deposits
  3. The fact of making use of a situation to gain unfair advantage for oneself
    • - this administration's exploitation of the fear of crime

  1. the act of making some area of land or water more profitable or productive or useful; "the development of Alaskan resources"; "the exploitation of copper deposits"
  2. an act that exploits or victimizes someone (treats them unfairly); "capitalistic exploitation of the working class"; "paying Blacks less and charging them more is a form of victimization"
  3. (exploitatory) exploitative: tending to exploit or make use of
  4. (exploited) developed or used to greatest advantage
  5. (exploited) of persons; taken advantage of; "after going out of his way to help his friend get the job he felt not appreciated but used"
  6. The term exploitation may carry two distinct meanings: * The act of using something for any purpose. In this case, exploit is a synonym for use. * The act of using something in an unjust or cruel manner. It is this meaning of exploitation which is discussed below.
  7. Cheating, also known as exploitation, between organisms is a form of parasitism or specialized predation in which an organism engages in what appears to be a mutualistic relationship with another organism, but does not in fact provide any benefit to the other organism. ...
  8. The Exploited are a Scottish punk band from the second wave of UK punk, formed in 1979.
  9. The act of exploiting or utilizing
  10. The process of obtaining intelligence information from any source and taking advantage of it.
  11. consists of “mainstreaming” and “multiplication”. Mainstreaming is the planned process of transferring the successful results of programmes and initiatives to appropriate decision-makers in regulated local, regional, national and European systems. ...
  12. Exploitation plan - mini business plan required within most R7D proposals
  13. The business of selling licences and rights to perform, reproduce or broadcast a piece of work for the purpose of making money.
  14. Can be financial, physical, or psychological; pressure to give money, to spend a great deal on courses or give excessively to special projects, or to engage in inappropriate sexual activities, even child abuse.
  15. Utilization of another person or group for selfish purposes
  16. Misuse of one person or group by another. In economics, the appropriation of a person or group's labor by someone else. Example: The capitalist exploits the worker by appropriating the product of his/her labor. More
  17. The selfish or unfair using of someone or something for one's own advantage. Abuse.
  18. A relationship in which one organism benefits by feeding on, and thus directly harming, another. [12]
  19. The use often harmful or unfair of another being for one's own advantage or pleasure (e.g., for food, clothing, research, and entertainment in the case of animals).
  20. To selfishly utilise the service user or system for your own gains. This often relates to making profits at another's expense
  21. is the illegal or improper use of an adults money or property for another persons profit or advantage. Examples of exploitation include: 1. forcing an adult to change a will or sign over control of assets 2. forcing an adult to sell or give away property or possessions 3. ...
  22. various methods of optimizing oil and gas production or establishing additional reserves from producing properties through additional drilling or the application of new technology.
  23. means forcing or coercing a child into performing activities that are beyond the child's capabilities or which are illegal or degrading, including sexual exploitation.#
  24. A process whereby one or more persons appropriate the surplus labor of others (the fruits of their labor less some compensation of lesser value than the net value added in those products of labor).
  25. of foreign impoverished workers: The deterioration of protections for weaker nations by stronger industrialized powers has resulted in the exploitation of the people in those nations to become cheap labor. ...