Definitions for "Exploitation"
Immigrants can be exploited by criminals involved in the illegal smuggling of humans. To prevent this the EU is supporting cooperation between law enforcement authorities; aiming to shape a flexible approach to immigration restrictions; and cooperating with countries of origin to eliminate causes of immigration. (See immigration)
The employment of people for purposes of productive work with very inadequate pay. Immigrants are often exploited.
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.
the development of a reservoir to extract its oil.
Additional drilling or application of new technology to further extend production and reserves of an existing field.
Focused, integrated effort to extend the economic life, production and reserves of an existing field.
Mining of a natural resource deposit.
Form of competition where the indirect effects of the two or more species or individuals reduce the supply of the limiting resource or resources needed for survival.
the use of resources or people at their expense affecting long-term supply of their well being.
the attacker's extension of destruction of the defending force by maintaining offensive pressure.
a type of offensive operation that usually follows a successful attack and is designed to disorganize the enemy in depth
The last phase of offensive combat that follows the reorganization of the attacking unit on the objective. In this phase of combat, the attacking unit may be directed to continue the attack, to pursue the enemy, or to mop up.
synonyms domination predation victimization
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"
The practice of taking advantage of the labor, resources, or bodies of groups or individuals.
Taking advantage of another person who is weaker or has less understanding of what you are trying to do. ("Making children work for less than minimum wages is a form of exploitation, according to the law.")
A person who stands in a position of trust and confidence with a disabled adult or an elderly person and knowingly by deception or intimidation, obtains or uses or endeavors to obtain or use a disabled adult's or an elderly person's funds, assets or property with the intent to temporarily or permanently deprive a disabled adult or an elder person of the use, benefit or possession of the funds, assets or property for the benefit of someone other than the disabled adult or elderly person.
The last phase of a project is the exploitation of its results. This means the commercialisation of your results. You may decide to exploit these results yourselves - for example, through the development and sale of new products. You may choose to license the resulting intellectual property to third parties. Or you may prefer a combination of these approaches. (DE:Verwertung, FR:Exploitation, IT:Sfruttamento)
see commercialisation
taking from the worker a major portion of the value produced by that worker's labor (profit); a distinguishing characteristic of capitalism
When traversing a SEARCH SPACE, EXPLOITATION is the process of using information gathered from previously visited points in the search space to determine which places might be profitable to visit next. An example is hillclimbing, which investigates adjacent points in the search space, and moves in the direction giving the greatest increase in FITNESS. Exploitation techniques are good at finding local maxima.
Keywords:  fishing, another, term
Another term for fishing.
Keywords:  utilizing, act
The act of exploiting or utilizing.