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privilege

US [ˈprɪvəlɪdʒ]
UK ['prɪvəlɪdʒ]
  • n.荣幸;荣耀;特殊利益;优惠待遇
  • v.给予特权;特别优待
  • Web权限;特别待遇;特免
Plural Form:privileges  
privilege
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n.
1.
[c]
特殊利益;优惠待遇a special right or advantage that a particular person or group of people has
Education should be a universal right and not a privilege.
教育应当是全民共有的而非少数人独享的权利。
You can enjoy all the benefits and privileges of club membership.
你可以享受俱乐部成员的一切福利和优惠。
2.
[u]
(有钱有势者的)特权,特殊待遇the rights and advantages that rich and powerful people in a society have
As a member of the nobility, his life had been one of wealth and privilege.
身为贵族中的一员,他过着有钱有势的生活。
3.
[sing]
荣幸;荣耀;光荣something that you are proud and lucky to have the opportunity to do
I hope to have the privilege of working with them again.
但愿有幸与他们再度合作。
It was a great privilege to hear her sing.
听她唱歌真是三生有幸。
4.
[c][u]
免责特权a special right to do or say things without being punished
parliamentary privilege(= the special right of members of parliament to say particular things without risking legal action)
议会言论免责权
v.
1.
~ sb/sth
给予特权;特别优待to give sb/sth special rights or advantages that others do not have
education policies that privilege the children of wealthy parents
特别优遇富家子弟的教育政策

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