The correct answer is one who takes advantage of circumstances.
A. opportunity seeker
B. one who takes advantage of circumstances
C. highly creative person
D. one who opposes
The correct answer is (B) A person who takes advantage of circumstances (without concern for principle); someone who makes decisions or acts on the basis of expediency, regardless of honesty, fairness, justice, or morality; one who practices opportunism.
Opportunist comes from Latin opportunus (convenient).
Examples of use:
- Many corporation CEOs of recent years appear to have been opportunists.
- Many persons believe that the field of politics is filled with opportunists.