civil liberties Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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civil libertiesnoun [plural]

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the ​rights of a ​person to do, ​think, and say what they ​want if this does not ​harm other ​people: The ​introduction of ​identitycards has been ​opposed by the ​campaign for ​civilliberties.
(Definition of civil liberties from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “civil liberties”
in Chinese (Simplified) 公民自由…
in Turkish vatandaşlık hakları…
in Russian гражданские свободы…
in Chinese (Traditional) 公民自由…
in Polish swobody obywatelskie…
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