n. 特权; 优惠; 荣幸
A privilege is a special right or advantage that only one person or group has.
The Russian Federation has issued a decree abolishing special privileges for government officials.
...the ancient powers and privileges of the House of Commons.
If you talk about privilege, you are talking about the power and advantage that only a small group of people have, usually because of their wealth or their high social class.
Pironi was the son of privilege and wealth, and it showed...
Having been born to privilege in old Hollywood, she was carrying on a family tradition by acting.
You can use privilege in expressions such as be a privilege or have the privilege when you want to show your appreciation of someone or something or to show your respect.
It must be a privilege to know such a man...
I once had the privilege of meeting the late philosopher CLR James.
To privilege someone or something means to treat them better or differently than other people or things rather than treat them all equally.
We want to privilege them because without the top graduate students, we can't remain a top university...
They are privileging a tiny number to the disadvantage of the rest.
1. a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all
2. a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right);
3. (law) the right to refuse to divulge information obtained in a confidential relationship
1. bestow a privilege upon
Do not overdo your privilege of reproving me.
Life is a gift and privilege, one we should appreciate every day of our lives.
As a whole, this is a good news, consumer can be in price privilege benefit.
总的来说, 这是个好消息, 消费者可以在价格优惠中获益.
So I never had the privilege of having a fag of my own.
All men are created equal, nobody enjoys privilege when facing truth and right and wrong.