Third-person singular simple present indicative form of privilege.(verb)
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Use "privileges" in a sentence
"Tell them that you insist upon their being absolutely under your direction and control, that you expect to grant them all reasonable privileges, but that they must be regarded _as privileges_, and not as _rights_."
"It says privileges is an association proxy to the low-level _privileges attribute of the class and we are actually dispatching to the privilege_object in our set."
"They have what they call their privileges, and are as ready to defend them as are the citizens of London to uphold their liberties."