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In Oracle PL/SQL, the term PRIVILEGE refers to the right or ability to perform operations in a database, such as executing an SQL statement or accessing another user's object.

An example privilege is the right to DROP a table or other object in the database.

Another example would be the DELETE privilege, which gives a user the right to remove rows from a table.

Privileges may be given to a user with the GRANT command, or assigned implicitly by the ROLE command.

System Privileges
System privileges are privileges that do not relate to a specific schema or object.

For more information on Oracle System Privileges, please visit the Oracle System Privileges page.

For a complete list of all Oracle Privileges, please visit the Oracle System Grants and Privileges page.

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