Pronunciation: (ek'sploit, ik-sploit'),[key] —n. a striking or notable deed; feat; spirited or heroic act: the exploits of Alexander the Great.
Pronunciation: (ik-sploit'),[key] —v.t. 1. to utilize, esp. for profit; turn to practical account: to exploit a business opportunity. 2. to use selfishly for one's own ends: employers who exploit their workers. 3. to advance or further through exploitation; promote: He exploited his new movie through a series of guest appearances.