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de·na·tion·al·ize

 (dē-năsh′ə-nə-līz′)
tr.v. de·na·tion·al·ized, de·na·tion·al·iz·ing, de·na·tion·al·iz·es
1. To deprive of national rights or characteristics.
2. To transfer (an industry, for example) from governmental to private ownership.

de·na′tion·al·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.

denationalize

(diːˈnæʃənəˌlaɪz) or

denationalise

vb
1. (Economics) to return or transfer (an industry, etc) from public to private ownership
2. (Sociology) to deprive (an individual, people, institution, etc) of national character or nationality
deˌnationaliˈzation, deˌnationaliˈsation n

de•na•tion•al•ize

(diˈnæʃ ə nlˌaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
1. to remove from government ownership or control.
2. to deprive of national status or characteristics.
[1800–10]
de•na`tion•al•i•za′tion, n.

denationalize


Past participle: denationalized
Gerund: denationalizing

Imperative
denationalize
denationalize
Present
I denationalize
you denationalize
he/she/it denationalizes
we denationalize
you denationalize
they denationalize
Preterite
I denationalized
you denationalized
he/she/it denationalized
we denationalized
you denationalized
they denationalized
Present Continuous
I am denationalizing
you are denationalizing
he/she/it is denationalizing
we are denationalizing
you are denationalizing
they are denationalizing
Present Perfect
I have denationalized
you have denationalized
he/she/it has denationalized
we have denationalized
you have denationalized
they have denationalized
Past Continuous
I was denationalizing
you were denationalizing
he/she/it was denationalizing
we were denationalizing
you were denationalizing
they were denationalizing
Past Perfect
I had denationalized
you had denationalized
he/she/it had denationalized
we had denationalized
you had denationalized
they had denationalized
Future
I will denationalize
you will denationalize
he/she/it will denationalize
we will denationalize
you will denationalize
they will denationalize
Future Perfect
I will have denationalized
you will have denationalized
he/she/it will have denationalized
we will have denationalized
you will have denationalized
they will have denationalized
Future Continuous
I will be denationalizing
you will be denationalizing
he/she/it will be denationalizing
we will be denationalizing
you will be denationalizing
they will be denationalizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been denationalizing
you have been denationalizing
he/she/it has been denationalizing
we have been denationalizing
you have been denationalizing
they have been denationalizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been denationalizing
you will have been denationalizing
he/she/it will have been denationalizing
we will have been denationalizing
you will have been denationalizing
they will have been denationalizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been denationalizing
you had been denationalizing
he/she/it had been denationalizing
we had been denationalizing
you had been denationalizing
they had been denationalizing
Conditional
I would denationalize
you would denationalize
he/she/it would denationalize
we would denationalize
you would denationalize
they would denationalize
Past Conditional
I would have denationalized
you would have denationalized
he/she/it would have denationalized
we would have denationalized
you would have denationalized
they would have denationalized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.denationalize - 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"
Translations

denationalize

[diːˈnæʃnəlaɪz] VTdesnacionalizar

denationalize

[diːˈnæʃənəlaɪz] denationalise (British) vt [+ industry, business] → dénationaliserdengue fever [ˈdɛŋgi] ndengue f

denationalize

denationalize

[diːˈnæʃnəˌlaɪz] vtsnazionalizzare, denazionalizzare
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Demand for a uniform education system, debate over medium of learning, moving of clocks forward and then backward, indecision over a 5-day or 6-day week, experimenting by allotting two examinees a single desk, nationalizing and then denationalizing educational institutions, all are feudalistic ploys to keep the masses busy and at a distance from the real issues.
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