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Exploit 1100 Words You Need Week 28 Day 1

Exploit 1100 Words You Need

Exploit 1100 Words You Need Week 28 Day 1 with flashcards and text-to-speech and synonyms and antonyms and authentic materials for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

/ˈek.splɔɪt/ (noun & verb)

verb: to get the most out of something, take advantage of someone, something or an opportunity, to use someone or something unfairly in a selfish way, make use of, make the most of, utilize, abuse, misuse, manipulate

Noun: a heroic act, an unusual or phenomenal thing that someone has done, masterpiece, feat, daring act, crowning achievement

“Fair Labor at Home,” the July/August issue of the Green American covers in-depth how workers in US restaurants, farm fields, domestic labor situations, and workplaces tied to national corporations like Walmart, McDonald’s, and Wendy’s are regularly subjected to sweaetshop-style working conditions. Because they may still be learning English or may be unfamiliar with US labor laws, recent immigrants, both documented and undocumented, are among the most exploited workers in the country, enduring wage theft, dangerous working conditions, discrimination, and even physical assaults.

As we noted in the Green American, “The immigrant rights movement is not about handouts, but about ensuring that every US immigrant’s situation is handled fairly and with compassion—and that exploitation of this vulnerable worker population comes to an end.”

Source: https://www.greenamerica.org/

Noun: exploitation, exploiter

Adjective: exploitable, exploitative

Farsi: از فرصت استفاده کردن، کار برجسته و شاهکار


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