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nationalise


Past participle: nationalised
Gerund: nationalising

Imperative
nationalise
nationalise
Present
I nationalise
you nationalise
he/she/it nationalises
we nationalise
you nationalise
they nationalise
Preterite
I nationalised
you nationalised
he/she/it nationalised
we nationalised
you nationalised
they nationalised
Present Continuous
I am nationalising
you are nationalising
he/she/it is nationalising
we are nationalising
you are nationalising
they are nationalising
Present Perfect
I have nationalised
you have nationalised
he/she/it has nationalised
we have nationalised
you have nationalised
they have nationalised
Past Continuous
I was nationalising
you were nationalising
he/she/it was nationalising
we were nationalising
you were nationalising
they were nationalising
Past Perfect
I had nationalised
you had nationalised
he/she/it had nationalised
we had nationalised
you had nationalised
they had nationalised
Future
I will nationalise
you will nationalise
he/she/it will nationalise
we will nationalise
you will nationalise
they will nationalise
Future Perfect
I will have nationalised
you will have nationalised
he/she/it will have nationalised
we will have nationalised
you will have nationalised
they will have nationalised
Future Continuous
I will be nationalising
you will be nationalising
he/she/it will be nationalising
we will be nationalising
you will be nationalising
they will be nationalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been nationalising
you have been nationalising
he/she/it has been nationalising
we have been nationalising
you have been nationalising
they have been nationalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been nationalising
you will have been nationalising
he/she/it will have been nationalising
we will have been nationalising
you will have been nationalising
they will have been nationalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been nationalising
you had been nationalising
he/she/it had been nationalising
we had been nationalising
you had been nationalising
they had been nationalising
Conditional
I would nationalise
you would nationalise
he/she/it would nationalise
we would nationalise
you would nationalise
they would nationalise
Past Conditional
I would have nationalised
you would have nationalised
he/she/it would have nationalised
we would have nationalised
you would have nationalised
they would have nationalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.nationalise - make national in character or scope; "His heroic deeds were nationalized by the press"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
2.nationalise - put under state control or ownership; "Mitterand nationalized the banks"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
communise, communize - make into property owned by the state; "The new government communized all banks"
denationalise, denationalize - put under private control or ownership; "The steel industry was denationalized"
Translations
يُضْفي الصِّفَة القَوْمِيَّه
òjóînÿta

nation

(ˈneiʃən) noun
1. a group of people living in a particular country, forming a single political and economic unit.
2. a large number of people who share the same history, ancestors, culture etc (whether or not they all live in the same country). the Jewish nation.
national (ˈnӕʃənəl) adjective
of or belonging to a particular nation. national government; national pride.
ˈnationally adverb
ˈnationalism (ˈnӕ-) noun
1. a sense of pride in the history, culture, achievements etc of one's nation.
2. the desire to bring the people of one's nation together under their own government.
ˈnationalist (ˈnӕ-) noun
ˌnationaˈlistic adjective
nationality (nӕʃəˈnӕləti) plural natioˈnalities noun
(the state of belonging to) a particular nation. `What nationality are you?' `I'm German'; You can see (people of) many nationalities in London.
ˈnationalize, ˈnationalise (ˈnӕ-) verb
to make (especially an industry) the property of the nation as a whole rather than the property of an individual.
ˌnationaliˈzation, ˌnationaliˈsation noun
national anthem
a nation's official song or hymn.
national service
in some countries, a period of compulsory service in the armed forces.
ˌnation-ˈwide adjective, adverb
(happening etc) throughout the whole nation. a nation-wide broadcast; They travelled nation-wide.
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