Definition of Denationalization

1. Noun. Changing something from state to private ownership or control.




Definition of Denationalization

1. n. The act or process of denationalizing.

Definition of Denationalization

1. Noun. The act or process of denationalizing, of removing from government control. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Denationalization

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denasalization
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denationalisation
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denationalization (current term)
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denatonium
denatonium benzoate
denaturability
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denaturalisation
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Literary usage of Denationalization

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1. International Law and the World War by James Wilford Garner (1920)
"denationalization of French Citizens of Enemy Origin. As in England, hostility to Germans and Austro-Hungarians was not confined to those who were subjects ..."

2. The Holy Roman Empire by James Bryce Bryce (1904)
"The denationalization of Germany had indeed gone beyond politics. As after the establishment of foreign rule in Italy, Italian art and letters had become ..."

3. The National Movement in the Reign of Henry III: And Its Culmination in the by Oliver Huntington Richardson (1897)
"And so it came to pass that while the state of England was being administered by aliens and in alien interests, a parallel denationalization was occurring ..."

4. The Future of German Industrial Exports: Practical Suggestions for by Siegfried Herzog (1918)
"... CHAPTER TWELVE THE denationalization DODGE. AN ANTIDOTE TO HATRED Commerce Incognito—The Stratagem of Deceit—Outwitting the Allied Buyers—A Severe ..."

5. The Jews: A Study of Race and Environment by Maurice Fishberg (1911)
"... kept them apart from their neighbours— Assimilation of the Western Jews—Causes of denationalization of the modern Jews—Religion and nationality—Language ..."

6. International Religious Freedom (2000): Report to Congress by the Department edited by Barbara Larkin (2001)
"After Slovenian independence in 1991, Parliament passed legislation calling for denationalization (restitution and/or compensation) within a fixed period. ..."

7. The Theological and Literary Journal (1860)
"As their legalization was the act of the civil rulers, their denationalization is also to be the act of the governments. It bespeaks, accordingly, such a ..."

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