nationalize - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "nationalize" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

nationalize / национализировать, принимать в подданство, превращать в нацию
nationalize, socialize
принимать в подданство
превращать в нацию
transfer (a major branch of industry or commerce) from private to state ownership or control.
Collectivist institutions like the trade unions, local government, and nationalized industries had already been weakened by the end of the 1980s, as a result of Conservative policies.
make distinctively national; give a national character to.
in the 13th and 14th centuries church designs were further nationalized
naturalize (a foreigner).
he is now a nationalized Frenchman
No Democrats talk about nationalizing industries, and no Republicans talk about abolishing Social Security or Medicare.
Caught in the middle, he has since moved to the left, endorsing nationalization but arguing that it should be done through a national constitutional assembly.
By nationalizing all industry and controlling social life, the ruling party made employees out of virtually the entire population.
Thus, in 1953 the CIA and British intelligence collaborated in overthrowing the nationalist regime of Mohammed Mossadegh in Iran after he nationalized the oil industry in that country.
At its peak, about 20 percent of British industry was nationalized, so it was nothing even close to full nationalization .
Labor in Queensland, even in its earliest years, was never wholly composed of extreme nationalisers ; any more than the New South Wales party was composed only of down-to-earth industrial reformers.
But in order to attract foreign investment into the country the government has agreed to ‘liberalise prices’ and privatise the remaining nationalised industries.
But he had no intention of nationalising the industry - he would not break existing agreements with multinationals, he announced.
This Government has nationalised the industry, and we now have monopolies with State-owned enterprises on a regional basis.
Such cultural diversity and geographic isolation have led to a nationalized sense of pride.