Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • verb

Synonyms for nationalise

make national in character or scope


Related Words

put under state control or ownership

References in periodicals archive ?
The ANC said on Tuesday that it would make efforts to nationalise the central bank.
Former Barclays boss Bob Diamond has told a group of MPs that the bank lowered key lending rates due to fears the Government would want to nationalise the lender during the financial crisis.
Asked about the plan to nationalise the Djezzy unit, he said: "The state has expressed its position and is still sticking to that position.
He has threatened to nationalise Polar, the top brewer and food processor in the country of 30 million.
If we nationalise it, we cut out shareholders getting the biggest profit of the business and that goes back into the service.
The Icelandic government's move to nationalise Kaupthing comes after it rolled out a number of emergency financial laws to combat fears of national bankruptcy.
David Blunkett has been trying to legislate to give himself powers to nationalise the police forces in the Police Reform Bill, and we have been trying to block that, so far successfully, in the Lords,' he said.
Global Banking News-September 16, 2016--Analysts says Greece should nationalise banking system
So let's nationalise something that will reward the taxpayer - gas/oil/electric supplies, water companies, British Rail, British Airways, British Telecom, hospital cleaning services, steel works, motor car industries and, dare I say it, coalmines.
Ruling party MPs passed a constitutional amendment on April 6 empowering the government to nationalise farms without paying for the land.
Global Banking News-April 18, 2016--Australian politician wants to nationalise banks
to is Why try to nationalise more tottering industries when the taxpayers are already supporting enough nationalised failures?
THE Government was too slow to nationalise Northern Rock after its near collapse, the Treasury's top civil servant told MPs yesterday.
The Bill would, in fact, nationalise the money supply, thus releasing us from the stranglehold of the banks without nationalising the banking or deposit taking sector.
Full browser ?