nationalizes, nationalizing, nationalized
If a government nationalizes a private company or industry, that company or industry becomes owned by the state and controlled by the government.

[V n] In 1987, Garcia introduced legislation to nationalize Peru's banking and financial systems...

[V n] The coffee industry was nationalised at the time of independence.

Derived words:
nationalization [[t]næ̱ʃənəlaɪze͟ɪʃ(ə)n[/t]] plural N-UNCOUNT also N in pl

...the campaign for the nationalization of the coal mines...

The steel workers were relatively indifferent to the issue of nationalization.

(in BRIT, also use nationalise)

English dictionary. 2008.

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  • nationalize — na‧tion‧al‧ize [ˈnæʆnəlaɪz] also nationalise verb [transitive] ECONOMICS if a government nationalizes a company or industry, it brings it under state control: • The British government nationalised the railways in 1948. compare privatize …   Financial and business terms

  • nationalize — nationalize, naturalize These two words are close enough in form and meaning to cause occasional confusion. Nationalize means ‘to take (an industry etc.) into state ownership’, whereas naturalize means ‘to admit (a foreign person) into… …   Modern English usage

  • nationalize — I verb appropriate for federal use, appropriate for government use, make national, make national in character, place under government control, remove from private ownership, seize for public use, seize for the government, socialize, transfer… …   Law dictionary

  • nationalize — (v.) 1800, invest with a national character, from NATIONAL (Cf. national) + IZE (Cf. ize). Meaning bring under state control is from 1869. Related: Nationalized; nationalizing …   Etymology dictionary

  • nationalize — (Amer.) na·tion·al·ize || næʃnÉ™laɪz v. make into a citizen, naturalize; make nationwide; place under national government; become a nation (also nationalise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • nationalize — (also nationalise) ► VERB ▪ transfer (an industry or business) from private to state ownership or control. DERIVATIVES nationalization noun …   English terms dictionary

  • nationalize — [nash′ə nə līz΄] vt. nationalized, nationalizing 1. to make national in character 2. to transfer ownership or control of (land, resources, industries, etc.) to the national government nationalization n. nationalizer n …   English World dictionary

  • nationalize — nationalization, n. nationalizer, n. /nash euh nl uyz , nash neuh luyz /, v., nationalized, nationalizing. v.t. 1. to bring under the ownership or control of a nation, as industries and land: a movement to nationalize the oil industry. 2. to make …   Universalium

  • nationalize — UK [ˈnæʃ(ə)nəlaɪz] / US [ˈnæʃ(ə)nəlˌaɪz] verb [transitive] Word forms nationalize : present tense I/you/we/they nationalize he/she/it nationalizes present participle nationalizing past tense nationalized past participle nationalized economics if… …   English dictionary

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