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privy US English

Sharing in the knowledge of (something secret or private)

privy purse US English

(In the UK) an allowance from the public revenue for the monarch’s private expenses

privy seal US English

(In the UK) a seal affixed to documents that are afterward to pass the Great Seal or that do not require it

privy chamber US English

A private apartment in a royal residence

privy council US English

A body of advisers or private counselors appointed by a sovereign or a governor general (now chiefly on an honorary basis and including present and former government ministers)

privy counsellor US English

A member of a Privy Council

Lord Privy Seal US English

(In the UK) a senior cabinet minister without specified official duties

Judicial Committee of the Privy Council US English

(In the UK) a court made up of members of the House of Lords and others, which considers appeals made to the Sovereign in Council concerning decisions of some Commonwealth courts outside the UK

privy councillor in privy counsellor US English

A member of a Privy Council

privy US Thesaurus

he was not privy to the discussions

privy English-Spanish

tener* conocimiento

Privy Purse English-Spanish

the Privy Purse

Privy Council English-Spanish

the Privy Council

Privy Councillor English-Spanish

consejero del monarca integrante del

to be privy to sth English-Spanish

tener* conocimiento

the Privy Purse in Privy Purse English-Spanish

dinero para los gastos personales del monarca

the Privy Council in Privy Council English-Spanish

comité asesor del monarca integrado por personas de reconocido prestigio

I am not privy to the President's intentions in privy English-Spanish

no tengo conocimiento de las intenciones del Presidente, el Presidente no me ha confiado cuáles son sus intenciones