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human rights

plural noun
 
 
the basic rights which it is generally considered all people should have, such as justice and the freedom to say what you think
人權
She's claiming that her detention by the police was a violation of her human rights.
她聲稱警方拘留她是侵犯了她的人權。
Human rights
Translations of “human rights”
in Korean 인권…
in Arabic حُقوق الإنسان…
in Portuguese direitos humanos…
in Catalan drets humans…
in Japanese 人権…
in Italian diritti umani…
in Russian права человека…
in Turkish insan hakları…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人权…
in Polish prawa człowieka…
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