fundamental rights, especially those believed to belong to an individual and in whose exercise a government may not interfere, as the rights to speak, associate, work, etc.
the rights of individuals to liberty, justice, etc
Freedom from arbitrary interference or restriction by governments. The term encompasses largely the same rights called civil liberties or civil rights but often suggests rights that have not been recognized.
Note: Political leaders in the United States often use the expression when speaking of rights violated by other nations.
noun 1. an organized tour that takes tourists to unfamiliar places where they can observe the lifestyle of indigenous or other local people: human safaris to remote tribal communities; a human safari through the slums of Mumbai.
plural noun 1. programs or facilities for meeting basic health, welfare, and other needs of a society or group, as of the poor, sick, or elderly.
noun 1. a person or group of people located or intentionally placed in a potential line of fire or in an area likely to be attacked. noun a person or persons put in a dangerous position or the line of fire in order to discourage an attack
- Human t-cell leukemia virus
human T-cell leukemia virus n. See HTLV.