What are privileges

Privilege (German)

Part of speech: noun, (neuter)

Before | right, Plural: Front | right | right
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈFoːɐ̯ˌʀɛçt]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Right that others don't (yet) have
Origin of the term:
Determinative compound from the preposition in front and the noun Law
1) privilege
General terms:
1) law
Application examples:
1) “A pedestrian renouncing to be privilege According to § 9 Abs 2 StVO is only to be assumed if it is expressed by a completely unmistakable behavior of the pedestrian, is quite safe and unquestionable, such as if the pedestrian stops on the sidewalk when approaching a vehicle without showing uncertainty steps back from the roadway onto the sidewalk or gives a clear hand signal that shows that he is not doing it. "
1) “Watching over the Holy Sepulcher is that privilege of the Greeks. "
Typical word combinations:
Grant privileges, enjoy privileges
Nominative: singular privilege; Plural Privileges
Genitive: singular Prerogative; Plural Privileges
Dative: singular privilege; Plural Privileges
Accusative: singular privilege; Plural Privileges


  • Italian: 1) privilegio (male)

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Who has that privilege on the Faaker See? Municipality wants to open up new free access to the lake, residents have usage rights.
Kleine Zeitung, March 30, 2019

Municipalities should also participate in the sale of larger residential units privilege when buying. That would curb speculation with apartments, so the hope.
Radio Bremen, February 5th, 2020

The Ministry of State demands that in economic policy privilege for himself - but this time very clumsy. A comment by StZ author Reiner Ruf.
Stuttgarter Zeitung, February 19, 2020

With that, Netflix receives a privilege on all Dark Horse brands to produce adaptations in the form of series and films.
Gamezone, May 10, 2019

According to the statutes of every incumbent Brazilian president since the founding days of the UN around 1945 privilege to hold the opening speech at the General Assembly.
NachDenkSeiten, September 25, 2019

The EU Commission wants to invest in the development of the pharmaceutical company Sanofi in order to create a privilege to have a possible corona vaccine. The contract has not yet been signed.
Spiegel Online, July 31, 2020

It is a privilege of the start-up generation to rush forward full of energy and optimism. Daniel Cronin (39), co-founder of AustrianStartups, appears in this scene.
DiePresse.com, March 30, 2020

In May there are only a limited number of day tickets and none at the three Klagenfurt lido privilege for long-term tenants. How does this work? We asked around.
Kleine Zeitung, April 24, 2020

Sky has one last time in the distribution of the Champions League round of 16 games privilege Can make use of it and secure the most attractive games with German participation.
digitalfernsehen.de, December 15, 2020

The Peruvians should be able to decide whether this privilege should be retained or eliminated, 'said Vizcarra in an interview.
latinapress, July 6th, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • privilege: Privilege granted to an individual or a social group

Another word (synonym) for privilege - Source: OpenThesaurus

Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "privilege":

Law: ... right of refusal, right of exploitation, right of veto, right of way, right of first refusal, privilege, right of proposal, right of presentation, right of way, preferential right, right of withdrawal, right of way ...

etuoikeus: etuoikeus (Finnish) Part of speech: noun Word meaning / definition: 1) Privilege Origin of the term: Composition of the prefix etu- and oikeus. Translations German: 1) Privilege

priority: ... rank, priority, right, status, importance 2) weight, privilege, priority, priority, prerogative, important opposing words: 2) limitation, restriction ...

Prerogative: ... Hyphenation: Pre | ro | ga | ti | ve, plural: Pre | ro | ga | ti | ven Word meaning / definition: 1) Preference or privilege in the legal sense of the term: 1) from the ...

Thesaurus: pre-:… Previous year summons foreland past life supremacy advance reservation first name reserve prerogative preface preface proposal prefix prefix precaution foreplay suburb ...

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Privileges (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Subforms: Dative Singular: Privilege Hyphenation: Vor | Rech | te…

Privileges (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Before | right | th pronunciation / stress: IPA:…

Prerogative (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Subforms: Pre-Right Hyphenation: Before | right | tes Pronunciation / Stress: ...

Prerogative (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Subsidiary Forms: Precedent Hyphenation: Before | Right Pronunciation / Stress:

preface (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular preface; Plural prefaces genitive: singular ...

Prefaces (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Before | re | the pronunciation / stress: IPA: [ˈfoːɐ̯ˌʁeːdn̩]…

Previous speaker (German) Part of speech: noun, (male) Cases: nominative: singular previous speakers; Plural previous speakers genitive: singular ...

Previous speaker (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular the previous speaker; Most of the previous speakers ...

Previous speakers (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Vor | red | ne | rin | nen Grammatical features: nominative plural of ...