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state·hood

 (stāt′ho͝od′)
n.
The status of being a state, especially of the United States, rather than being a territory or dependency.

state•hood

(ˈsteɪt hʊd)

n.
the status or condition of being a state, esp. a state of the U.S.
[1865–70, Amer.]
Translations

statehood

[ˈsteɪthʊd] N (= independence) → independencia f; (as federal state) → categoría f de estado

statehood

nEigenstaatlichkeit f; to achieve statehoodein eigener or selbstständiger Staat werden; when was Alaska granted statehood?wann wurde Alaska zum Bundesstaat erklärt?