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prerogative

美国发音:[prɪ'rɑɡətɪv]
英国发音:[prɪ'rɒɡətɪv]

[n]
英语解释:a right that a particular person or group has
常见翻译:自由

exclusive right or privilege
A prerogative is a special right a person enjoys because of their importance or position. The head of the majority party in a legislature has the prerogative of selecting the members of their cabinet. That is, it is their special right to select whoever they want as their cabinet colleagues. Making appointments is the prerogative of the personnel manager of a company. It is for him to select and appoint candidates for the various posts. The president has the prerogative of appointing his personal secretary.


Sentences:

Creating life is no longer the prerogative of gods.
创造生命不再是上帝的特权。