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citizenship
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
citizenship /'sitiznʃip/
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    • quyền công dân
    • bổn phận công dân
Concise Dictionary
citizenships'sɪtɪznʃɪp
noun
+the status of a citizen with rights and duties
+conduct as a citizen

Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun [U]
1 the legal right to belong to a particular country: French citizenship + You can apply for citizenship after five years' residency.
2 the state of being a citizen and accepting the responsibilities of it: educational methods that prepare young people for citizenship
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

full | dual | British, Chinese, etc.

VERB + CITIZENSHIP

have, hold
He has German citizenship.
| give sb, grant sb
They were granted full French citizenship.
| acquire, take
Ten years later, she chose to take Australian citizenship.
| refuse sb | be stripped of, lose
He was stripped of his citizenship when he criticized the government.
| give up, renounce
You will have to renounce citizenship of this country if you apply for citizenship of another.
| apply for



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