entitlement
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ənˈtaɪtəlmənt/
Noun

entitlement

  1. The right to have something, whether actual or perceived.
  2. Power, authority to do something.
  3. Something that one is entitled to.
  4. (politics) A legal obligation on a government to make payments to a person, business, or unit of government that meets the criteria set in law, such as social security in the US.
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