Definitions for "Disadvantage"
Deprivation of advantage; unfavorable or prejudicial quality, condition, circumstance, or the like; that which hinders success, or causes loss or injury.
put at a disadvantage; hinder, harm; "This rule clearly disadvantages me"
An unfavorable condition or circumstance.
an argument which states that if we adopted the policy of the other team (plan/counterplan) something bad would result
A Disad is a negative offcase argument that argues something negative will occur as a result of the affirmative's plan or advocacy. This argument relies on a causal chain of events, begun by the affirmative, that end in a bad impact. Hence, the affirmative would disadvantageous. The goal of the disadvantage is to have its impact outweigh the advantages of the affirmative.
In policy debate, a disadvantage (abbreviated as DA, and sometimes referred to as a Disad) is an argument that a team brings up against a policy action that is being considered.
Loss; detriment; hindrance; prejudice to interest, fame, credit, profit, or other good.
a very good filtrated water without particles which could clog the spray nozzles
Unfavourable and unequal access to resources such as education, employment, health care and social services.
This is an unusual problem that the character has. It might be a physical diability such as deafness, a social problem such as being wanted by the police, or a psychological weakness. In some point-buy systems, the player gets extra points for taking a disadvantage. Disadvantages are often encouraged because they add depth to a character, and make good plot hooks.
a beginning of the race in which the riders begin in a stepped line or diverse hours, cradles in each competitive graduation of the riders, doing a right and exciting race with slowest than begin first and fastest in search.
Keywords:  detrimental, injure, interest
To injure the interest of; to be detrimental to.
a relatively longer curing time compared with most thermosetting adhesives
Keywords:  criterion, score, important, low
a low score on an important criterion
Keywords:  tendency, pitch, sudden, fast, forward
a tendency to rock or pitch forward especially with sudden stops or fast turns
the quality of having an inferior or less favorable position