denaturalization
noun see denaturalize

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • denaturalization — (Amer.) n. alteration or removal of natural qualities; taking away of the rights and privileges of citizenship; deprivation of national status (also denaturalisation) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • denaturalization — See denaturalize. * * * …   Universalium

  • denaturalization — noun a) The act or process of denaturalizing, of changing or destroying the quality (nature) of a thing. b) The act or process of destroying the rights of a citizen …   Wiktionary

  • denaturalization — de·naturalization …   English syllables

  • denaturalization — (|)dē, də̇+ noun : the act of denaturalizing or the state of being denaturalized …   Useful english dictionary

  • denaturalize — denaturalization, n. /dee nach euhr euh luyz /, v.t., denaturalized, denaturalizing. 1. to deprive of proper or true nature; make unnatural. 2. to deprive of the rights and privileges of citizenship or of naturalization. Also, esp. Brit.… …   Universalium

  • denaturalizations — denaturalization (Amer.) n. alteration or removal of natural qualities; taking away of the rights and privileges of citizenship; deprivation of national status (also denaturalisation) …   English contemporary dictionary

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