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Opportunism is the conscious policy and practice of taking advantage of circumstances – with ...... The quotation is attributed to Baldwin, according to a Penguin Dictionary of Quotations, but the exact source is unclear. ^ cited in Daniel Singer, ...

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Opportunism definition is - the art, policy, or practice of taking advantage of opportunities or ... Rhyming Dictionary: Words that rhyme with opportunism. Spanish ...

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Opportunist definition, a person who practices opportunism, or the policy of adapting actions, decisions, etc., to effectiveness regardless of the sacrifice of ethical ...

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Opportunism definition, the policy or practice, as in politics, business, or one's personal affairs, of adapting actions, decisions, etc., to expediency or effectiveness ...

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opportunism meaning: 1. behaviour in which you use every situation to try to get power or an advantage: 2. behaviour in which someone uses every situation to ...

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opportunism. Opportunism is taking advantage of situations and people in a self- centered way, without regard to the consequences. An opportunity is a chance ...

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opportunist definition: 1. someone who tries to get power or an advantage in every situation: 2. using a situation to get power or an advantage: 3. a person who ...

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If you refer to someone's behavior as opportunism, you are criticizing them for taking advantage of any opportunity that occurs in order to gain money or power,  ...