1to be advantageously situated — estar muy bien situado
- he came out of it quite advantageously in the end — al final salió beneficiado
- However, the institutional structure of copyright societies has historically led to advantageously structured royalty terms.
- The present invention is also concerned with a blood components separator unit, which can advantageously be used in practice of the above-mentioned method.
- These sorts of events, intelligently and advantageously staged, can produce celebrities, or increase the fame of celebrities.
- Lunar eclipses - like that advantageously interpreted by Christopher Columbus in 1504-may more easily be used because they can be seen over a much wider area.
- Here I rely on Chun, who is somewhat more advantageously positioned to participate in this debate, to provide the critique.