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What does the word prerogative mean?
The word prerogative means: an exclusive privilege or right exercised by a person or group of people holding a particular office or hereditary rank.
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The word prerogative means: an exclusive privilege or right exercised by a person or group of people holding a particular office or hereditary rank.

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