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From Stack Overflow's FAQ, I noticed the additional privilege:

"20000 Vote to delete negatively voted answers and stronger question deletion votes "

I want to know, What does "stronger question deletion votes" mean? if someone gained 20000+ rep, What will happen when he votes to delete?

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It means you can vote to delete immediately a question is closed rather than having to wait 2 days. – ChrisF May 31 '11 at 11:01
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If you look at the privileges page for the 20,000 level you will see this sentence:

Voting to delete questions immediately after they are closed (even if they are new)

This is a stronger delete privilege as 10,000 level users have to wait 2 days after a question is closed before they can vote to delete it.

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