- n. 特权；荣幸；特别恩典；基本人权
- vt. 给特权；免除
- 特权， 议会特权
- [C][U]特权，特别待遇 a special right or benefit granted to a person
- [U](因财富和社会地位而仅有部分人享有的)权益 rights held by some but not all,because of their wealth and status in society
- [S]荣幸；光荣 sth enjoyable that you are honored to have the chance to do
a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all
a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right);
"suffrage was the prerogative of white adult males"
(law) the right to refuse to divulge information obtained in a confidential relationship
bestow a privilege upon
- I had the privilege of meeting the queen.
- It is a great privilege to know you.
- It was a privilege to work with him.
- Kings cannot privilege what God forbade.
- This pass will privilege you to attend the closed hearing.
- He never abuses his privilege.
- They are entitled to enjoy many advantages and privileges.
- One of the privileges of belonging to the club is that you can use its tennis courts.
- As a member of the nobility, his life had been one of wealth and privilege.
- I hope to have the privilege of working with him again.
- executive privilege 行政特权
- privilege money 面子钱(英国贴现银行...
- privilege level 特权级
- conversion privilege 权利转移,转换权利...
- retirement privilege 退休优惠
- least privilege 最小特权
- privilege ticket 优待减价票
- franking privilege 邮政免费特权...
- privilege mode 特权模型
- privilege cab 特许在车站候客的马车...
- privilege of access 存取特许
- assignment privilege 转让权利
- Crown privilege 王室特权
- access privilege 存取特权
- call privilege 提前偿还权
- exclusive privilege 专有特权
- special privilege 特别待遇
- privilege of parliament 议会特权
- privilege of clergy 神职人员的特权...
- question of privilege 有关议会特权的问题...
The..victory of universal suffrage was not final, because women were excluded from the privilege.出自： R. Niebuhr
The privileges granted ordinary prisoners were denied..no radios or card games.出自： T. Capote
Kate had had..the privilege of wealth.出自： A. Cross
Long holidays which are the privilege of schoolteachers.出自： F. Tuohy
To privilege the worst of sinners with the first offer of mercy.出自： Bunyan
- ☆ 1154年进入英语，直接源自古法语的privilege；最初源自古典拉丁语的privilegium：privus(个人的） + lex (法律），意为适用于某人的法律。
- privileged adj. 有特殊权利的；荣幸的，幸运的