Noun(1) a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all(2) a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right(3) (law
Verb(1) bestow a privilege upon
(1) To command a new ship, and especially the first of class, I consider an immense privilege and honour.(2) Yet some courtroom equivalent of parliamentary privilege allows a man who has never met me and who knows nothing of me to make spurious allegations about me.(3) MPs should be held to account if they unfairly abuse parliamentary privilege and hurt innocent Kiwi families.(4) It is a privilege and honour for me to lead such a flypast to celebrate Her Majesty's Golden Jubilee.(5) Flawed evidence and the controversial use parliamentary privilege has finally forced the hand of the Prime Minister in demanding the Senator's resignation.(6) I had the privilege of giving the Sir George Brown memorial lecture(7) What we all can do, however, is think for ourselves and grant others the privilege of doing so too.(8) Wouldn't this represent a breach of parliamentary privilege , compelling MPs to vote certain ways?(9) It may be a rare privilege to do the honours in a marriage ceremony, but invitations to the USPGA aren't exactly distributed like confetti.(10) The law does not privilege the interests of men above those of women.(11) If the lawyer wants to release the material and the client doesn't, the client can then hire another lawyer to assert the privilege .(12) He added: ├ö├ç├┐It's been a great privilege and honour to represent this particular branch of the armed forces.├ö├ç├û(13) Not even the privilege of parliamentary participation is enough to appease those who wanted the presidency at whatever cost.(14) Many journalists and organisations view free speech as the opportunity to loosen the shackles of defamation, contempt of court, parliamentary privilege and privacy.(15) The MPs considered charging Large with breach of parliamentary privilege for his intervention - but ministers liked his tough approach and were keen to keep him.(16) She said it was an honour and a privilege to serve as president of the second oldest guild in Ireland and to be in office during the year when the guild celebrated its 90th anniversary.
1. advantage ::
2. honor ::
3. immunity ::
4. perquisite ::
5. favor ::
ten gunste van
Different Formsprivilege, privileged, privileges, privileging
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