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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
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renationalize

[ˈriːˈnæʃnəlaɪz] VTrenacionalizar
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Hopefully, Labour will renationalise rail services if they get in.
THERESA May's Brexit power grab could make it harder for Scotland to renationalise the railways or ban fracking, it emerged yesterday.
That is a clean break from more than two decades of the privatised rip-off that has consigned Britain to the transport slow lane" Mick Cash, general secretary of the RMT union, on Jeremy Corbyn's pledge that a Labour government would renationalise the railways "Many young people definitely want it easy; they want fame, but they don't want to fight for it.
That is a clean break from more than two decades of the privatised rip-off that has consigned Britain to the transport slow lane Mick Cash, general secretary of the RMT union, on Jeremy Corbyn's pledge that a Labour government would renationalise the railways Many young people definitely want it easy; they want fame, but they don't want to fight for it.
That is a clean break from more than two decades of the privatised rip-off that has consigned Britain to the transport slow lane" - Mick Cash, general secretary of the RMT union, on Jeremy Corbyn's pledge that a Labour government would renationalise the railways.
Life's too short not to take a few risks D-Day veteran Verdun Hayes becomes the world's oldest skydiver at 101 This is a programme of hope Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour's manifesto promising to renationalise key services and tax the rich No politician in history has been treated worse or more unfairly President Trump blames the media for his falling approval rating I'm tired of being undervalued, it's time to make a stand Healthcare assistant Leslie Green backs calls for a summer of protest by the Royal College of Nursing over low pay I won't be singing Let It Go.
I believe that we should renationalise our public transport network and strive for energy security through investment in a renewable technology industry.
Thirteen years later and they remain in private hands, albeit in some cases with a halfway house of franchising brought in, as Labour realised it would have been too expensive to renationalise public transport.
Qandil was sentenced to one year in prison while in office for not carrying out a court ruling to renationalise a company that was privatised in 1996, the BBC reports.
Surely it's time to renationalise these bullying companies that are currently holding us all to ransom.
RAIL workers yesterday staged a rally ahead of a two-week march across Britain as part of a campaign to persuade the Government to renationalise their industry.
Sure we'd have to renationalise them and spend passenger revenues on buses rather than profits for National Express and their chums.