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Privatization

ˌpraɪ.və.taɪˈzeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Privatization:

noun

The transfer of a business, industry, or service from public to private ownership and control.

Usage examples:

The workers are opposing the privatization of the national rail company

Meanings of Privatize:

verb

Transfer (a business, industry, or service) from public to private ownership and control.

Usage examples:

They were opposed to plans to privatize electricity and water

Privatized

ˈpraɪ.və.taɪz

Meanings of Privatized:

verb

Transfer (a business, industry, or service) from public to private ownership and control.

Usage examples:

They were opposed to plans to privatize electricity and water

Meanings of Privatizing:

verb

Transfer (a business, industry, or service) from public to private ownership and control.

Usage examples:

They were opposed to plans to privatize electricity and water

Privet

ˈprɪvɪt

Meanings of Privet:

noun

A shrub of the olive family, with small white heavily scented flowers and poisonous black berries.

Usage examples:

Swirling robins and starlings competed for the red berries of the barberry and the blue berries of …

Privets

ˈprɪvɪt

Meanings of Privets:

noun

A shrub of the olive family, with small white heavily scented flowers and poisonous black berries.

Usage examples:

Swirling robins and starlings competed for the red berries of the barberry and the blue berries of …

Meanings of Priviledge:

noun

A special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group.

Usage examples:

Education is a right, not a privilege
verb

Grant a privilege or privileges to.

Usage examples:

English inheritance law privileged the eldest son

Meanings of Privilege:

noun

A special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group.

Usage examples:

Education is a right, not a privilege
verb

Grant a privilege or privileges to.

Usage examples:

English inheritance law privileged the eldest son

Meanings of Privileged:

adjective

Having special rights, advantages, or immunities.

Usage examples:

In the nineteenth century only a privileged few had the vote
verb

Grant a privilege or privileges to.

Usage examples:

English inheritance law privileged the eldest son

Privileges

ˈprɪvɪlɪdʒ

Meanings of Privileges:

noun

A special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group.

Usage examples:

Education is a right, not a privilege
verb

Grant a privilege or privileges to.

Usage examples:

English inheritance law privileged the eldest son

Privileging

ˈprɪv.əl.ɪdʒ

Meanings of Privileging:

verb

Grant a privilege or privileges to.

Usage examples:

English inheritance law privileged the eldest son
noun

A special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group.

Usage examples:

Education is a right, not a privilege

Privily

ˈprɪv.əl.i

Meanings of Privily:

adverb

In a way that people do not know or are not told about

Usage examples:

He married them privily in the hall as the grey dawn was breaking across the sea., along the way i …

Privities

ˈprɪv.ə.ti

Meanings of Privities:

noun

A relation between two parties that is recognized by law, such as that of blood, lease, or service.

Usage examples:

The parties no longer have privity with each other

Privity

ˈprɪvɪti

Meanings of Privity:

noun

A relation between two parties that is recognized by law, such as that of blood, lease, or service.

Usage examples:

The parties no longer have privity with each other

Privy

ˈprɪv.i

Meanings of Privy:

adjective

Sharing in the knowledge of (something secret or private).

Usage examples:

He was no longer privy to her innermost thoughts
noun

A toilet located in a small shed outside a house or other building.

Usage examples:

It was just as well that the neighbours were so friendly as some of the outside loos - or privies -…

Meanings of Privy-to:

phrase

To be told information that is not told to many people

Usage examples:

I was never privy to conversations between top management., she relied on support from the close ci…

Prix

ˌpriː ˈfɪks

Meanings of Prix:

noun

One of a series of important international races for very fast and powerful cars

Usage examples:

The italian grand prix

Meanings of Prizable:

adjective

Worthy to be prized; valuable.

Prize

prʌɪz

Meanings of Prize:

noun

A thing given as a reward to the winner of a competition or in recognition of an outstanding achievement.

Usage examples:

Britain's most prestigious prize for contemporary art
adjective

Having been or likely to be awarded a prize in a competition.

Usage examples:

A prize bull
verb

Value extremely highly.

Usage examples:

The berries were prized for their healing properties

Prize-out

praɪz

Meanings of Prize-out:

phrasal verb

To get something from someone with difficulty, especially information or money

Usage examples:

He's so secretive - you'll have a hard time prizing any information out of him.

Prize-winning

ˈpraɪzˌwɪnɪŋ

Meanings of Prize-winning:

adjective

Having won an important prize

Usage examples:

Visitors will have a chance to see the prize-winning technology in action.

Meanings of Prizeable:

adjective

Worthy to be prized; valuable.

Prized

prʌɪz

Meanings of Prized:

verb

Use force in order to move, move apart, or open (something).

Usage examples:

I tried to prise joe's fingers away from the stick
adjective

Extremely highly valued.

Usage examples:

The bicycle was her most prized possession

Prizefight

ˈprʌɪzfʌɪt

Meanings of Prizefight:

noun

A boxing match, typically an unlicensed one, fought for prize money.

Prizefighter

ˈpraɪzˌfaɪ.tər

Meanings of Prizefighter:

noun

A boxer who fights to win money

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