an advantage that only one person or group of people has, usually because of their position or because they are rich:
the way in which people who are rich, come from a high social class, or belong to a particular race or gender have more advantages in society than people who do not belong to lớn these groups:
the special right that some people in authority have that allows them to bởi or say things that other people are not allowed to:
 

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Family endowments were nearly all male-centric, privileging men and their descendants over female lines of descent.
At the moment, it tends lớn be managers or technology-related workers who work from trang chủ - it"s seen as something of a privilege for trusted employees.
have the privilege of doing sth I had the privilege of studying at one of the country"s leading business schools.
for the privilege of doing sth Advertisers often subsidize entire TV productions or movie sale campaigns for the privilege of featuring their brands.

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enjoy/earn a privilege It is possible that the company will one day command a premium rating, but the market clearly believes it has khổng lồ earn that privilege.
legal protection that a person or a group has because of their position within a society, for example the right lớn keep particular discussions, etc. Private:
In approaching their prospects, network marketers enjoy the privilege of exploiting the element of intimacy by reducing the potential threat lớn their prospects" negative face.
They were mutually dedicated khổng lồ reforming institutions and removing privileges that they regarded as impediments khổng lồ growth và stability.
There is a danger that reflexivity could be used lớn privilege a theoretical or methodological standpoint by contrasting it to lớn an unreflexive counterpart.
More indirectly, these two stylistic dimensions mark different epistemic relations to the discourse, emphasizing and privileging different kinds of information.
The resources that are directed lớn this purpose give this community privileged access lớn the material evidence of the past.
It turns out that under certain circumstances, a maximin egalitarian case for seniority privileges could be made.
Such arrangements, enacted without the customary familial negotiations, usurped the privileges of parents và their ability lớn protect their family lineage, stability, & honour.
This flier makes explicit, despite its ostensibly pro-migrant tone, that migrant rights are in fact privileges that must be earned through integration.
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