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privacy right
  *私* | 私* | *私
personal / private / selfish
secrets / private business / privacy
private (company, school etc)
privacy policy
private / personal / interpersonal / sb with whom one has a close personal relationship / a member of one's clique
privately-owned house / private rooms / private ownings
personal / private / confidential
in private
private / privately owned or managed
family property / family wealth
selfish / selfishness
personal privacy / private matters
private / privately-owned
privately-owned / private
secret store / a stash (of contraband)
public and private (interests, initiative etc)
private car
private life
private correspondence / personal letter / (computing) personal message (PM) / to message sb
selfless / unselfish / disinterested / altruistic
to smuggle / to have an illicit affair
to travel on private business / to act without official approval / to inspect incognito / to act in one's own interest
private school
private placement (investing)
privately / secretly / confidentially
private parts / genitalia
private / personal / secretly / without explicit approval
to sell illicitly / to bootleg / to sell privately
to smuggle
selfishness / selfish motives
privatization / to privatize
to elope
secret purse / secret stash of money
privately-run / private enterprise
private / secret / intimate
private equity fund / fund offered to private placement (e.g. hedge fund)
everything for self and selfish profit (idiom); with no regard for others / selfish / mercenary
selfless / impartial
to whisper
private school (in former times)
personal friendship
personal matters
to misappropriate (public funds etc) / to embezzle
to suppress smugglers / to search for smuggled goods
private business / opposite: state-owned enterprise 國有企業|国有企业
to discuss in whispered tones / whispered conversation
strictly impartial and incorruptible (idiom)
private ownership of property
to stuff one's pockets / to take bribes
conflict of laws
to practice favoritism
to gang up for personal interest (idiom) / to form a clique
joint public private operation
official authority used for private interests (idiom); to attain private ends by abusing public position
to abuse one's position for personal gain (idiom)
personal gain / (one's own) selfish interest
to settle privately / to solve behind closed doors / to settle out of court
personal grudge
to bend the law in order to favor one's relatives or associates (idiom)
to brew alcoholic drinks illegally
to oppose smuggling / anti-contraband (measures, policy etc)
selfish preference
shameful secret
to use public office to avenge private wrongs
one's own pocket
personal spite / malice
private law
smuggled product / contraband / pirate product
to use one's position for personal gain (idiom)
to have secret ties with / to be in covert communication with (the enemy etc) / to engage in an illicit sexual relationship / adultery
personal considerations / love affair
to gain from corrupt dealing / to engage in graft / to feather one's nest
selfish desire
for the common good and forgetting personal interests (idiom); to behave altruistically / selfless
see 私密
smuggled goods
virtual private network (VPN)
illegitimate child (male) / bastard / love child
to damage the public interest for personal profit (idiom); personal profit at public expense / venal and selfish behavior
a private whisper
to make a pledge to be married, without parents' approval
to adequately take into account both public and private interests
lit. the solicitude of the crow (who provides for his old parent)(idiom) / fig. filial piety
private enterprise / abbr. of 私營企業|私营企业
private key (in encryption)
to stuff one's pockets / to enrich oneself dishonestly
fight self-interest and repudiate revisionism (Cultural Revolution slogan)
to take advantage of official post for personal revenge (idiom)
fraudulent practice
to vent personal spite / to act out of malice (esp. of crime)
to traffic (smuggled goods) / illegal trading
public and private interests working together (idiom)
the play of passions / carried away by passion (e.g. to commit a crime)
intimate matters
to secretly plan treason (idiom)
illegitimate child / bastard / love child
to mingle with the people incognito

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