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Meaning of “privilege” - Learner’s Dictionary

privilege

noun     /ˈprɪvəlɪdʒ/
ADVANTAGE [C, U]
an advantage that only one person or group has, usually because of their position or because they are richAdvantage and disadvantage
OPPORTUNITY [no plural]
an opportunity to do something special or enjoyable: [+ of + doing sth] I had the privilege of meeting the Queen.Advantage and disadvantage
privileged adjective
having a privilege: to be in a privileged position Advantage and disadvantage
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