How do you use the word avail in a sentence?
Considering this, what does it mean to avail something?
[transitive] avail somebody (something) | avail something (formal or old-fashioned) to be helpful or useful to somebody. ?[transitive, intransitive] (Indian English, non-standard) to make use of something, especially an opportunity or offer. avail something To avail all these benefits, just register online.
One may also ask, can I avail myself? avail oneself of something. to help oneself by making use of something that is available. We availed ourselves of Tom's goodwill and let him repair the fence. The campers availed themselves of the first chance in a week to take a shower.
Also question is, would like to avail meaning?
: to be of use or advantage : serve Our best efforts did not avail. transitive verb. : to produce or result in as a benefit or advantage : gain His efforts availed him nothing. avail oneself of or less commonly avail of. : to make use of : to take advantage of They availed themselves of his services.
What does I want to avail myself mean?
avail oneself of, to use to one's advantage: They availed themselves of the opportunity to hear a free concert.