''They like to take advantage'' Vs ''advantage takers''

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Hello everyone,

Based on the sentence "they like to take advantage of people", is it natural/common to say "they are advantage takers"? If not, what do you suggest? Please take a look at the context.

'I don't like those people from the gym.'
''Why not?''
'Because they are advantage takers.'

Advantage takers: people who like to take advantage of other people things, trying to obtain an advantage often dishonestly.

Thank you in advance!
  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    I think you could say 'advantage takers', but, to me, it would sound unnatural.

    If you want to sound natural, I think you are stuck with simply, but more wordily, saying 'Because they take advantage of people'.
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