denationalise


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denationalise


Past participle: denationalised
Gerund: denationalising

Imperative
denationalise
denationalise
Present
I denationalise
you denationalise
he/she/it denationalises
we denationalise
you denationalise
they denationalise
Preterite
I denationalised
you denationalised
he/she/it denationalised
we denationalised
you denationalised
they denationalised
Present Continuous
I am denationalising
you are denationalising
he/she/it is denationalising
we are denationalising
you are denationalising
they are denationalising
Present Perfect
I have denationalised
you have denationalised
he/she/it has denationalised
we have denationalised
you have denationalised
they have denationalised
Past Continuous
I was denationalising
you were denationalising
he/she/it was denationalising
we were denationalising
you were denationalising
they were denationalising
Past Perfect
I had denationalised
you had denationalised
he/she/it had denationalised
we had denationalised
you had denationalised
they had denationalised
Future
I will denationalise
you will denationalise
he/she/it will denationalise
we will denationalise
you will denationalise
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Future Perfect
I will have denationalised
you will have denationalised
he/she/it will have denationalised
we will have denationalised
you will have denationalised
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Future Continuous
I will be denationalising
you will be denationalising
he/she/it will be denationalising
we will be denationalising
you will be denationalising
they will be denationalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been denationalising
you have been denationalising
he/she/it has been denationalising
we have been denationalising
you have been denationalising
they have been denationalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been denationalising
you will have been denationalising
he/she/it will have been denationalising
we will have been denationalising
you will have been denationalising
they will have been denationalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been denationalising
you had been denationalising
he/she/it had been denationalising
we had been denationalising
you had been denationalising
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Conditional
I would denationalise
you would denationalise
he/she/it would denationalise
we would denationalise
you would denationalise
they would denationalise
Past Conditional
I would have denationalised
you would have denationalised
he/she/it would have denationalised
we would have denationalised
you would have denationalised
they would have denationalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.denationalise - put under private control or ownership; "The steel industry was denationalized"
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"
privatise, privatize - change from governmental to private control or ownership; "The oil industry was privatized"
nationalize, nationalise - put under state control or ownership; "Mitterand nationalized the banks"
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Years later a rational act that Pervez Musharraf did was to denationalise the FC College and return it to the Presbyterian Church to which it belonged.
THE Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat's speech on Oct 27 revealed far more openly than before a clear policy to denationalise India's Muslims, and the RSS's age-old technique of deception.
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THE Tories have a secret agenda to "break up, denationalise and privatise the NHS".
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Shlomo Sand approvingly quotes the French historian, Marcel Detienne, "How can we denationalise national histories?
Water, energy and transport I'd denationalise, Fair pricing to the consumer, without profits, costs I could minimise, For pensioners I'd eradicate poverty in their old age, And against cold and hunger for the elderly I'd legislate.
A bill has been introduced in the Rajya Sabha to denationalise it, therefore workers are very apprehensive, the private mining means slaughter of mines and slaughtering of labourers.
The Tories would not be so suicidal as to denationalise them.
The Tote was created by Act of Parliament in 1928 to offer pool betting on horseracing, but the Government has undertaken to denationalise it and sell it to a racing trust.
It was a huge mistake to denationalise our energy companies and sell them off to foreign suppliers - thanks Maggie Thatcher - but Gordon Brown should now show courage and lead by example by cutting the tax on petrol, then price-capping these greedy companies to stop them continuing to bleed us dry.