- adj.享有特权的; 特许的，专用的; 秘密的，保密的; 幸运的;
- 比较级: more privileged;
- 最高级: most privileged;
Those in authority were in a privileged position.
a privileged Wasp background
They are only interested in preserving the power of the privileged.
He had promised that the rich and privileged would no longer get preferential treatment.
His privileged bourgeois family insisted on a good education.
The data is privileged information, not to be shared with the general public.
They were, by and large, a very wealthy, privileged elite.
Mr Nixon argued the tapes were privileged.
Family problems are found in every class, he said, but were more common among the less privileged.
Tremendous wrongs were being perpetrated on the poorest and least privileged human beings.
Only the privileged few could afford to send their children to private schools.
Discussions between a lawyer and client are privileged communications.
We are very privileged to have Senator Dobbs with us this evening.
I am still an onlooker and my position is privileged.
I am no longer privileged to tease you.
This information is privileged.
She saw that they were privileged and deferred to.
And the betrayer was privileged to unite with Christ in partaking of the sacrament.
I wanted no more riotous excursions with privileged glimpses into the human heart.
——英汉文学 - 盖茨比
Mr. Carter said Kennedy was someone who worked tirelessly tirelessly for the underprivilegedunder privileged.
I am a doubly privileged visitor.
I am extremely privileged to be part of the Obama administration.
She came from a privileged background.
The mobility represented first by the railroad, then the automobile, has unsettled the privileged class.
It is unjust that a privileged few should continue to accumulate wealth.
Russia has not abandoned its claim to a privileged interest in the neighbourhood.
Her privileged position now proved her undoing.
——汉英文学 - 骆驼祥子
We are privileged tonight to have as our main speaker the Foreign Minister of France.
She was rich and privileged and seldom empathizeed with the poor and needy.
1. blessed with privileges;
"the privileged few"
2. not subject to usual rules or penalties;
"a privileged statement"
3. confined to an exclusive group;
"privy to inner knowledge"