denationalise

VERB
  1. put under private control or ownership
    The steel industry was denationalized
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How To Use denationalise In A Sentence

  • Capital mobility causes plenty of mischief in our overly globalized world, but it's a myth that capital has been denationalized into free-floating ether. Ian Fletcher: A Review of Ha-Joon Chang's 23 Things They Don't Tell You About Capitalism
  • It proceeded to denationalise the African majority through the establishment of so-called NO ACCOMMODATION WITH APARTHEID
  • The steel industry was denationalized
  • A person could be denationalized for, among other things, advocating the overthrow of the government by force or violence.
  • Even when the possessions of the ecclesiastics have been bestowed on them by wills, or in any other manner, the donors have not been able to denationalize the property by abstracting it from public charges and the authority of the laws. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • Mangoshuthu Buthelezi, as Chief Minister, with his colleagues, foiled the plans of the National Party Government to denationalise all black South Africans. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Furthermore, when the RFC denationalized banks (at a profit to the American people), we subsequently had a stable, well-regulated private banking system for decades. Matthew Yglesias » The Grain
  • You can just imagine a situation in which the Americans wanted to denationalize Iraqi companies. Archive 2004-06-01
  • In parallel, state-owned industry was rapidly denationalized and an army of unemployed established.
  • ‘The not-for-profit sector should take up the challenge and denationalise compassion’, he added.
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