- When companies start disclosing that they have extended this perquisite, he said, their shares drop 2 percent, on average.
- Administrations at some institutions appear to have viewed computer and Internet access as a lower-order faculty perquisite that may be summarily terminated.
- No longer was wealth primarily the perquisite of the landed.
- With workers in demand, employees can easily leave one organization and seek a better salary and perquisites in a new position.
- That's an unexpected perquisite that has benefited my daily life away from the poker tables.
- To the extent that it repudiates those duties, it is accountable to the society in which it functions and from which it enjoys its freedoms, privileges and perquisites.
Perquisite and prerequisite are sometimes confused. Perquisite usually means ‘an extra allowance or privilege’: he had all the perquisites of a movie star, including a stand-in. Prerequisite means ‘something required as a condition’: passing the examination was one of the prerequisites for a teaching position.
Definition of perquisite in:
- The British & World English dictionary