privileged

listen to the pronunciation of privileged
Englisch - Türkisch
imtiyazlı
ayrıcalıklı

Bu ayrıcalıklı bilgi. - That's privileged information.

Sami, Mısır'da ayrıcalıklı bir hayatın keyfini sürdü. - Sami enjoyed a privileged life in Egypt.

ayrıcalık tanınmış
iltimaslı
öncelikli olmak
{f} ayrıcalık tanı
şereflendirilmiş
nasipli
{s} seçkin

Sen çok seçkin bir insansın. - You're a very privileged person.

{s} öncelikli
{s} muaf
ayrıcalı
privilege
ayrıcalık

Her kişi, ayrıcalıklarını kötüye kullanma gücüne sahiptir. - Every person has the power to abuse their privileges.

Diktatör ayrıcalıklarını istediği kadar kötüye kullandı. - The dictator abused his privileges to his heart's content.

privilege
{i} imtiyaz

Emperyalizm, güçlü zümrelerin başka topluluklara hükmederek imtiyazlarını koruyup genişletmeye çalıştığı ideoloji ve pratiktir. - Imperialism is an ideology and practice of powerful groups trying to secure or expand their privileges via dominating other groups.

Ödevsiz hak, imtiyazdır. - A right without a duty is a privilege.

privileged position
(Politika, Siyaset,Ticaret) imtiyazlı durum
privileged user
(Askeri) ayrıcalıklı kullanıcı
privileged class
ayrıcalıklı sınıf
privileged instruction
ayrıcalıklı komut
privileged access
(Politika, Siyaset) ayrıcalıklı erişim
privileged classes
(Ticaret) ayrıcalıklı sınıflar
privileged debt
(Kanun) imtiyazlı borç
privileged debt
(Ticaret) ayrıcalıklı borç
privileged instruction
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) özel komut
privileged partnership
(Ticaret) imtiyazlı ortaklık
privileged position
(Avrupa Birliği) ayrıcalıklı konum
privilege
ayrıcalık tanı
privilege
Yetki
privilege
muaf tutmak
privilege
imtiyaz vermek
privilege
(Ticaret) muafiyet

Biz yabancı turistlere vergi muafiyeti ayrıcalığı veriyoruz. - We give foreign tourists the privilege of tax exemption.

privilege
öncelik hakkı
privilege
{f} ayrıcalık tanımak
privilege
(Ticaret) öncelik
privilege
(Ticaret) bağışıklık
privilege
{i} özel hak
privilege
özel izin
privilege
(Ticaret) rüçhan
privilege
şeref
privilege
nasip
privilege
mazhariyet
privilege
ayrıcalık, imtiyaz; özel izin, müsaade, ruhsat; görev dolayısiyle muafiyet; hak
privilege
dokunulmazlık
privilege
ayrıcalık,v.ayrıcalık tanı: n.ayrıcalık
privilege
görev dolayısıyle muafiyet
privilege
privilegedimtiyazlı
privilege
{i} rüçhan hakkı
privilege
müşerref
Englisch - Englisch
Simple past tense and past participle of privilege
not subject to usual rules or penalties; "a privileged statement"
blessed with privileges; "the privileged few"
past of privilege
{s} enjoying special rights not enjoyed by others; belonging to a group that enjoys special benefits or advantages, favored; confidential, restricted to a limited number of persons
confined to an exclusive group; "privy to inner knowledge"; "inside information"; "privileged information"
not subject to usual rules or penalties; "a privileged statement
Someone who is privileged has an advantage or opportunity that most other people do not have, often because of their wealth or high social class. They were, by and large, a very wealthy, privileged elite. I felt very privileged to work at the university. The privileged are people who are privileged. They are only interested in preserving the power of the privileged
Invested with a privilege; enjoying a peculiar right, advantage, or immunity
Privileged information is known by only a small group of people, who are not legally required to give it to anyone else. The data is privileged information, not to be shared with the general public = confidential
blessed with privileges; "the privileged few" not subject to usual rules or penalties; "a privileged statement
privileged communication
or confidential communication In law, communication between parties to a confidential relation such that the communication's recipient is exempted from disclosing it as a witness. Communications between attorney and client are privileged and do not have to be disclosed to the court. The right to privileged communication also exists between husbands and wives, as neither is required to testify against the other in court, and between physicians and patients, though doctors may be required to disclose such information if the right of the defendant to receive a fair trial outweighs the patient's right to confidentiality. Members of the clergy have limited rights to refuse to testify in court, and reporters have been accorded a limited right to privileged communication concerning the sources of their information, though they can be ordered to divulge information in certain circumstances
privileged evidence
secret evidence which is not presented to the opposing side in a legal case
privileged information
information known only by select individuals
privileged status
preferred status, preferred standing
privilege
To grant some particular right or exemption to; to invest with a peculiar right or immunity; to authorize; as, to privilege representatives from arrest
privilege
The status or existence of such benefit or advantage
privilege
A peculiar benefit, advantage, or favor; a right or immunity not enjoyed by others or by all; special enjoyment of a good, or exemption from an evil or burden; a prerogative; advantage; franchise; preferential treatment
privilege
a common law doctrine that protects certain communications from being used as evidence in court
privilege
a right or immunity not enjoyed by all, or that may be enjoyed only under special conditions
privilege
{n} a peculiar advantage, a public right
privilege
{v} to grant a privilege, free, exempt
privilege
Bestow a privilege upon
privilege
A special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all; a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right); (law) the right to refuse to divulge information obtained in a confidential relationship
being privileged
having advantages, being in favour, being exempt; having rights; having immunity
privilege
{i} special individual right not enjoyed by others; benefit, right, advantage; prerogative, benefits given only to people of a particular group; immunity from legal prosecution
privilege
A peculiar benefit, advantage, or favor; a right or immunity not enjoyed by others or by all; special enjoyment of a good, or exemption from an evil or burden; a prerogative; advantage; franchise
privilege
Certain kinds of business are considered privileged, and take precedence over other bills, motions, and questions Appropriations bills in the House, for example, may be reported from committee and brought to the floor with little or no delay Questions pertaining to the conduct of members, and the safety, dignity, or integrity of proceedings, are considered privileged
privilege
A right to execute a particular statement or type of statement, or to access a particular object in the database
privilege
See Call, Put, Spread, etc
privilege
A security feature in which a computer system user is permitted to access a computer record or field Different privileges can be assigned to permit a user to view, edit or delete a data element
privilege
The level of security required to access an object
privilege
From the Latin privi, private, and lege, law An advantage granted by the State and protected by its powers of coercion A law for private benefit
privilege
A favor, an exemption from the obligation of a law Privileges of various kinds, with respect to ecclesiastical laws, are granted by the pope, departments of the Roman Curia and other competent authority in the Church
privilege
A benefit or advantage to certain persons beyond the advantages of other persons, i e , an exemption, immunity, power, etc
privilege
A privilege is an action that can legally be done only with a license from Mingovia The Ambassador's endorsement of a Mingovian passport is an example of such an action
privilege
Privilege relates to the rights of Members of Congress and to the relative priority the motions and the actions the Members may make in their respective chambers
privilege
a client's right to refuse to disclose confidential communications between the client and certain persons in a professional relationship with the client such as lawyers, doctors, psychologists, etc
privilege
A right to successfully execute a particular type of SQL statement Some examples of privileges include rights to connect to the database (create a session), to create a text table, to query someone else's table TextServer3 has its own set of privileges which control the querying, indexing, modification, and display of text and its accompanying structured data
privilege
{f} grant special rights, give special advantages or benefits; provide immunity from legal prosecution; exempt, release from a particular obligation
privilege
A privilege is a special right or advantage that only one person or group has. The Russian Federation has issued a decree abolishing special privileges for government officials
privilege
- protection from discovery or disclosure; privileged documents or information need not be shown to the other party ; communications with a lawyer for the purpose of obtaining legal advice are privileged
privilege
a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all (law) the right to refuse to divulge information obtained in a confidential relationship bestow a privilege upon
privilege
a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all
privilege
A privilege is a triple in which you define that you give the permission to somebody to do something at a specific place For example Mr Gates could manage the accounts of the registration desk Basel
privilege
Rights granted to specific users on specific objects within the database A privilege list identifies the exact privileges that are applicable for a particular object and that are held by the user invoking the grant Privileges are granted or revoked on a database object using the GRANT and REVOKE statements
privilege
(WebDB Tutorial Guide; search in this book)
privilege
A user's right to perform a specific task, usually one that affects an entire computer system rather than a particular object Privileges are assigned by administrators to individual users or groups of users as part of the security settings for the computer See also permission; user rights
privilege
(Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager) [definition #2] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
privilege
a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right); "suffrage was the prerogative of white adult males"
privilege
To privilege someone or something means to treat them better or differently than other people or things rather than treat them all equally. They are privileging a tiny number to the disadvantage of the rest. = favour. to treat some people or things better than others
privilege
A security attribute (q v ) which need not have the property of uniqueness
privilege
(law) the right to refuse to divulge information obtained in a confidential relationship
privilege
The client’s right not to have information divulged to third parties
privilege
A security attribute that does not have the property of uniqueness and that may be shared by many principals
privilege
An access control mechanism for processes There are four kinds of privilege: Manage, Update, Copy, and Read
privilege
You can use privilege in expressions such as be a privilege or have the privilege when you want to show your appreciation of someone or something or to show your respect. It must be a privilege to know such a man
privilege
If you talk about privilege, you are talking about the power and advantage that only a small group of people have, usually because of their wealth or their high social class. Pironi was the son of privilege and wealth, and it showed
privilege
An advantage not enjoyed by all; a special exemption against prosecution or other lawsuits (see Immunity)
privilege
Legal professional privilege Attaches to a document, the primary purpose of which is to obtain legal advice and which need not be disclosed to the other party
privilege
To bring or put into a condition of privilege or exemption from evil or danger; to exempt; to deliver
privilege
The legal entitlement to do what is usually unlawful eg: defamation by a member of parliament, or to be exempt from something which the law usually requires (eg: solicitor not obliged to give evidence in court of client's instructions) •Government`s Rights
privilege
VARCHAR2(40) NOT NULL Privilege on the object
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