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citizenship

noun cit·i·zen·ship \ˈsi-tə-zən-ˌship\

: the fact or status of being a citizen of a particular place

: the qualities that a person is expected to have as a responsible member of a community

Full Definition of CITIZENSHIP

1
:  the status of being a citizen
2
a :  membership in a community (as a college)
b :  the quality of an individual's response to membership in a community

Examples of CITIZENSHIP

  1. She applied for Polish citizenship.
  2. He was granted U.S. citizenship.
  3. The students are learning the value of good citizenship.

First Known Use of CITIZENSHIP

1611

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