avail yourself of

avail yourself of
avail (yourself) of (something) to use something for your own benefit.

Many students avail themselves of government loan programs to help pay for college.


New idioms dictionary. 2014.

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  • avail yourself of — formal : to make use of (something) They availed themselves of his services. [=they used his services] • • • Main Entry: ↑avail …   Useful english dictionary

  • avail yourself of something — formal phrase if you avail yourself of something, you use it Only a few companies have availed themselves of the free training programme. Thesaurus: to use something, or to be usedsynonym Main entry: avail * * * aˈvail yourself of sth …   Useful english dictionary

  • avail yourself of something — avail (yourself) of (something) to use something for your own benefit. Many students avail themselves of government loan programs to help pay for college …   New idioms dictionary

  • avail yourself of something — formal if you avail yourself of something, you use it Only a few companies have availed themselves of the free training programme …   English dictionary

  • avail yourself of —    to copulate with casually    Usually of a male:     ... any man who availed himself of the tree rats or grass biais was properly dealt with. (C. Allen, 1975) …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • avail of something — avail (yourself) of (something) to use something for your own benefit. Many students avail themselves of government loan programs to help pay for college …   New idioms dictionary

  • avail of — avail (yourself) of (something) to use something for your own benefit. Many students avail themselves of government loan programs to help pay for college …   New idioms dictionary

  • avail — a|vail1 [əˈveıl] n be to/of no avail if something you do is to no avail or of no avail, you do not succeed in getting what you want ▪ We searched the whole area but all to no avail. Robbie had disappeared. avail 2 avail2 v [Date: 1200 1300;… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • avail — [[t]əve͟ɪl[/t]] avails, availing, availed 1) PHRASE: PHR after v, v link PHR If you do something to no avail or to little avail, what you do fails to achieve what you want. [WRITTEN] His efforts were to no avail... I apologized repeatedly, but to …   English dictionary

  • avail — 1 noun be to no avail/be of no avail if something you do is to no avail or of no avail, you do not succeed in getting what you want: We searched the whole area but all to no avail: Robbie had disappeared. 2 verb avail yourself of formal to accept …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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