It seems that way to me, but I wonder if they are nuanced differently. Is one more appropriate than the other in certain contexts?

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I would say "tirer parti de" seems more neutral (or has a connotation of opportunism), when "profiter de" has a connotation of exploitation.

  • That's very helpful, thank you. Mar 15, 2020 at 20:13

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