Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Entitlement"

The meaning of "Entitlement" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does No entitlement mean?
A: it has a different meaning here,it means he believes he deserves certain privileges and rights.if its still unclear feel free to ask and btw these are the habits of happy people
Q: What does entitlement disease mean?
A: it's not a real disease. To feel entitled means that people owe you things that you deserve things without working for them and when people think that way a little too much it becomes like a disease hence the phrase entitlement disease
Q: What does entitlement mean?
A: “Entitlement” is what people feel when they think they think they deserve (or have a right to) something.


Since she was the oldest child and worked the hardest, she felt entitled to serving herself food before she served her younger siblings.

The child had a sense of entitlement towards his toys, so he never shared them with his friends.
Q: What does entitlement mean?
A: You think you deserve something without having to do anything to achieve it. Example: we are entitled to eat as much as we want.
Q: What does "entitlement" in 855 mean?
A: It means the cop believes he deserves special treatment or some sort of privileges. The cop in question was probably a detective who bullies people and views their show of fear of him as a sign of respect.

Example sentences using "Entitlement"

Q: Please show me example sentences with entitled or entitlement.
A: You are entitled to change your mind.

Your membership entitlement includes 5 days free stay at any of our hotels.
Q: Please show me example sentences with entitlement.
A: Their entitlement​ made them think they deserved the car.
People who are spoiled feel entitled to having many things others work hard for.

Synonyms of "Entitlement" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between entitlement and privilege ?
A: To be entitled means to have a right to something, for example, “Children are entitled to an education.” means “Children have the right to an education.”

A privilege is a good thing that you may not have a right to, for example driving a car or being born to a rich family.

“Entitlement to women's bodies” means that historically men have felt like they have the right to a woman's body when in reality it is a privilege that can be given and taken away at a woman's will.

Other questions about "Entitlement"

Q: Unfunded entitlements to social services, health care and pensions increase those liabilities.

Q. What's omitted before "unfunded?"
Why does liabilities go up?
A: No funds means the money had to be borrowed. Living on dept is always a liability (burden), specially in case of social services which are not directly producing and economic value ( compare with investments in small businesses, start-ups etc).
Q: Please show me how to pronounce entitlements.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce entitlement.
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