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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “privilege”

privilege

noun
 
 
/ˈprɪv.əl.ɪdʒ/
[C or U] an advantage that only one person or group of people has, usually because of their position or because they are rich
(特定個體或群體的)特權,特別待遇
Healthcare should be a right, not a privilege.
醫療保健應該是權利,而非特權。
Senior management enjoy certain privileges, such as company cars and private healthcare.
高級管理階層享受公司配車和私人醫療保健等特權。
Advantage and disadvantage
[S] an opportunity to do something special or enjoyable
榮幸
I had the privilege of interviewing Picasso in the 1960s.
我在20世紀60年代很榮幸地採訪到了畢卡索。
It was a real privilege to meet her.
見到她真是莫大的榮幸。
Pleasure and happiness
[U] the way in which rich people or people from a high social class have most of the advantages in society
(富人或有權勢者的)特權,特別待遇
a life of privilege
特權生活
Wealthiness and wealthy
[C or U] specialized the special right that some people in authority have which allows them to do or say things that other people are not allowed to
特權;特免
diplomatic/parliamentary privilege
外交/議會言論特權
Not punishing and reducing punishment
(Definition of privilege from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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