- An example of a vantage is the view of a natural disaster from a helicopter flying over the scene.
- An example of a vantage is having a dance team of second year students competing against a dance team of first year students.
The definition of a vantage is a point of view or position that is more superior or advantageous than another.
- a position, situation, etc. more advantageous than that of an opponent
- a position that allows a clear and broad view, understanding, etc.also vantage point
- Tennis, Chiefly Brit. advantage (sense )
Origin of vantageMiddle English ; from Anglo-Fr, aphetic for Old French avantage: see advantage
- a. An advantage in a competition or conflict; superiority.b. A position, condition, or opportunity that is likely to provide superiority or an advantage.
- A vantage point.
- Sports An advantage.
Origin of vantageMiddle English, from Anglo-Norman, short for Old French avantage, advantage; see advantage.
(third-person singular simple present vantages, present participle vantaging, simple past and past participle vantaged)