Translation of privileged in Spanish:
- 1.1 (having advantages) [position] privilegiado for the privileged few para una minoría privilegiadaExample sentences1.2 (honored) (predicative/predicativo) to be privileged to +
- One advantage of Rayleigh's privileged social position was that he did not need an academic post to earn his living.
- The masses will gain self-esteem and leaders are forced to take decisions that are also beneficial to the masses and do not in the first place safeguard the privileged position of the elite.
- What I desire is a politician who is comfortable enough with himself and honest enough with me to enjoy his success, wealth and privileged position.
infinitive/infinitivotener* el privilegio or el honor de+ infinitive/infinitivoI was privileged to witness … tuve el privilegio de ser testigo de …Example sentences1.3 [Law/Derecho] [document] confidencial
- She was honoured and privileged to accept the award on behalf of the people of Westport.
- I have been honoured and privileged to have served my leader and served Northern Ireland.
- Tom, who is one of the youngest members of the club, said he was honoured and privileged to have been elected to serve as President for the next year.
- Legally privileged information obtained by a source is extremely unlikely ever to be admissible as evidence in criminal proceedings.
- This means that they are not bound by the constraints of the data protection act or any other laws that protect medical or other privileged information.
- We have indicated our concern at the extent of privileged information that was being passed to the Racing Organisation.
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