1 special right
ADJ. exclusive, special Club members have special privileges, like free use of the pool. | class | diplomatic
VERB + PRIVILEGE enjoy, exercise, have | accord sb, give sb, grant sb | abuse He was accused of abusing his diplomatic privileges. | revoke, withdraw
2 opportunity to do sth pleasant
ADJ. enormous, great, rare, real It is a great privilege to be attending this conference. | doubtful, dubious I was given the dubious privilege of organizing the summer fair.
VERB + PRIVILEGE have She had the rare privilege of a viewing of his private art collection. | give sb