privilege
  • US /ˈprɪvəlɪdʒ, ˈprɪvlɪdʒ/
  • UK /'prɪvəlɪdʒ/
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解釋
  • n. 優待 ; 特權;
  • v. 特權;
例句
  • Voting in an election is not only a right, it is a privilege
  • Why do we privilege the rich over the poor, the young over the old?

謝霆鋒香港科技大學講座(Nicholas Tse gives a talk at HKUST)

謝霆鋒香港科技大學講座(Nicholas Tse gives a talk at HKUST) Image 01:23:31
  1. it's really a great great honor and privilege for hkust to have mr. nicholas tse here

    謝霆鋒先生的到來真是讓HKUST蓬蓽生輝(謝皇上的駕臨真是對我校的垂憐、寵命優渥啊!!!)
  2. all this you have right now is really a privilege

    至少在做了那麼瘋狂的動作後,還活着
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【TED】Richard St. John 談成功的 8 個祕訣 Secrets of success in 8 words, 3 minutes

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  1. serve! sherwin nuland says, "it was a privilege to serve as a doctor."

    服務!醫生作家薛文‧諾藍說:我有幸能當醫生為大家服務。
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  1. Things that you should have checked.
    Check your privileges cis scum.
  2. A word used by some people to relay that they are telepathic and know what the other person's circumstances are, and what they were thinking when they said or did something.
    Your privilege is why you said "it is wrong to use your welfare check to buy gold necklaces."
  3. A type of Hennessey, cognac.
    Where gonna get tossed off that privilege
  4. A special right given to someone or a group of people, which is not available to others. Advantage, Benefit
    The very successful manager grew up in a privileged world.