privateness 的 2 个定义
- belonging to some particular person: private property.
- pertaining to or affecting a particular person or a small group of persons; individual; personal: for your private satisfaction.
- confined to or intended only for the persons immediately concerned; confidential: a private meeting.
- a soldier of one of the three lowest enlisted ranks.
- privates. private parts.
- private eye
- free (private) enterprise
- in private
- Government and private actors could improve their vaccine rollouts to get more shots in arms faster.
- The private club that’s reportedly flying wealthy Brits to Dubai for their jabs.
- I grew up feeling very private and embarrassed about human sexuality and bodies, and I don’t want my children to feel like that.
- This is perhaps one case where the much-criticized use of private prisons has an advantage over those run by government.
- Soon, the group was back under fire again, though, for posting the private conversations between Horn and Becker.
- ROME — What does it take for a Hollywood A-lister to get a private audience with Pope Francis?
- The family was taking some private moments for a closing of the coffin in keeping with Chinese ritual.
- But while his public profile receded, his private life blossomed.
- My nickname was Captain, though I was a private, first class.
- The role of private investigators has stirred controversy in the investigation.
- Dean Swift was indeed a misanthrope by theory, however he may have made exception to private life.
- But if what I told him were true, he was still at a loss how a kingdom could run out of its estate like a private person.
- The private chapel, built out from the house on the side next Calne, had not been used for years and years.
- Proof was given to him, of Elizabeth having admitted Ripperda to private political discussions in the Altheim apartments.
- The two enjoyed a mutual understanding from which he was excluded, a private intimacy that was spiritual, mental,— physical.