A misspelling of the word privilege, which Collins English Dictionary defines as follws:
privilege (privileges plural & 3rd person present) (privileging present participle) (privileged past tense & past participle )
1 n-count: A privilege is a special right or advantage that only one person or group has.
2 n-uncount: If you talk about privilege, you are talking about the power and advantage that only a small group of people have, usually because of their wealth or their high social class.
3 n-sing: You can use privilege in expressions such as be a privilege or have the privilege when you want to show your appreciation of someone or something or to show your respect.
4 verb: To privilege someone or something means to treat them better or differently than other people or things rather than treat them all equally. (=favour)
1. The Russian Federation has issued a decree abolishing special privleges for government officials.
2. Pironi was the son of privlege and wealth, and it showed...
3. It must be a privlege to know such a man...
4. They are privleging a tiny number to the disadvantage of the rest.
All are spelled wrong!