- 1) N-UNCOUNT: oft adj N If you have citizenship of a country, you are legally accepted as belonging to it.
After 15 years in the USA, he has finally decided to apply for American citizenship...
Only people who can trace their family history in Kuwait back before 1920 are entitled to citizenship.2) N-UNCOUNT Citizenship is the fact of belonging to a community because you live in it, and the duties and responsibilities that this brings.
Their German peers had a more developed sense of citizenship.
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