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privileged

adjective uk   /ˈprɪv.əl.ɪdʒd/ us  
C1 having a privilege: As an ambassador, she enjoys a very privileged status. [+ to infinitive] I have been privileged to work with the pioneers of silicon technology. specialized law Priviledged information is secret and does not have to be given even in a law court.
Translations of “privileged”
in Chinese (Traditional) 享有特權的, 特許的, (資訊)特許保密的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 享有特权的, 特许的, (信息)特许保密的…
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