(afford/have/enjoy) the luxury of (something)
(idiom) to have something that is very pleasant or convenient, that you are not always able to have
For the first time in three years, they actually had the luxury of a whole day together.
This would also be helpful to older people who will not be eligible for pensions and do not have the luxury of retiring early.
Private or public, no company or organization has the luxury of functioning in a risk-free environment.
没有任何私营或公共公司或组织可奢 望 在 一种 无风 险的环境中运作。
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