vested interest

US [ˌvestəd ˈɪntrəst]
UK [ˌvestɪd ˈɪntrəst]
  • n.既得利益
  • Web既得权益;特权阶级;既定的利益
Plural Form:vested interests  
vested interest
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~ (in sth)
既得利益a personal reason for wanting sth to happen, especially because you get some advantage from it
They have a vested interest in keeping the club as exclusive as possible.
他们希望俱乐部尽可能地限制会员加入以从中受益。
Vested interests(= people with a vested interest) are opposing the plan.
既得利益集团在反对这项计划。

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