renationalize

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renationalize

(riːˈnæʃənəˌlaɪz) or

renationalise

vb (tr)
1. (Economics) economics to move (an industry, which was once under government ownership,) from private to government ownership once again
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics to fill anew with national identity or character
Translations

renationalize

[ˈriːˈnæʃnəlaɪz] VTrenacionalizar
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No wonder renationalising power, taking privatised corporations back under public ownership and control, is popular - because alarm bells shouldn't be ringing in an essential public sector.
Renationalising the railways has been on the agenda for a long time.
CLEARLY Jeremy Corbyn's speech from Brighton indicates a massive spending on renationalising the utilities should he arrive at number 10.
EU law has also repeatedly been cited as a roadblock to renationalising the railways because they guarantee private companies access to publiclyowned infrastructure.
The British Government needs to admit it was wrong and commit to renationalising the probation service.
Renationalising the rail network would put it back to the 1970s and control by the malevolent regressive trade unions.
A survey of over 1,000 adults for the Unite union showed that three out of five believed there was a case for temporarily renationalising steel.
I like the idea of renationalising the railways but I don't like the idea that most of its passengers will be from North Korea.
Opinion polls suggest that renationalising the railway would be popular, which has no doubt persuaded the new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to adopt the policy.
RENATIONALISING the railways, introducing rent controls and reforming the House of Lords - those are just three of Jeremy Corbyn's policies overwhelmingly backed by ECHO readers.
A YouGov poll from last year suggested 60% of the public were in favour of renationalising railways, compared with 20% who were against.
Secondly is the cost of renationalising these companies.