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entitlement

noun [C or U] uk   /ɪnˈtaɪ.tl̩.mənt/ us    /-t̬l̩-/
something that you have a right to do or have, or the right to do or have something: pension/holiday entitlements Managers have generous leave entitlement.
Translations of “entitlement”
in Korean 권리…
in Arabic تَخويل…
in Portuguese direito, autorização…
in Catalan dret…
in Japanese 権利…
in Italian diritto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有權做的事, 有權擁有的東西, 權利,資格…
in Russian право…
in Turkish yetkilendirme, görevlendirme, hak verme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有权做的事, 有权拥有的东西, 权利,资格…
in Polish uprawnienie, prawo…
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