a benefit or advantage granted only to certain peopleThe ancient powers and privileges of the House of Commons.
a woman's right to choose
No doubt he felt it was his due.
The Tudors had a tenuous claim to the monarchy.
freedom, , ,
freedom of speech
The government has granted concessions to three private companies.
the franchise to build and operate the tunnel
You lose your entitlement to benefit when you start work.
I thought it was a woman's prerogative to change her mind?
Freedom is the natural birthright of every human.
the power and advantages that come with great wealth or high social classShe was born into a life of privilege.
the opportunity to do something which gives you great satisfaction and which most people never have the chance to doIt's been a privilege to meet you.
He will use parliamentary privilege to make this information public.
They are privileging a tiny number to the disadvantage of the rest.
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in the sense of advance
to further a causeHe was busy advancing other people's work.
in the sense of birthright
privileges or possessions that a person has or is believed to be entitled to as soon as he or she is bornFreedom is the natural birthright of every human.
Video: pronunciation of 'privilege'
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