In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of country)ciudadano masculineciudadana feminine
- We have to work in partnership with our security services to protect our fellow British citizens.
- Some states and municipalities have allowed foreign citizens living in the United States to vote.
- There is no way for a citizen of a republic to abdicate his responsibilities.
- Most people would rather be active independent citizens than recipients of benefits.
- For instance, suppose two people who are citizens of different states sue each other in state court.
- The first purpose, citizen participation in governance, falls into the sovereign realms.
- How should concerned citizens of the world think about these terrible events?
- And, sadly, the citizens of this nation do not believe in him.
- There is a sense of outrage among law abiding, taxpaying citizens of this country.
- The vast majority of people have been and continue to be not citizens, but subjects.
- "Our women are bona fide citizens who are also protected by the state constitution.
- It is a display of loyalty and passion of a nation's citizens in its uniting icon: the flag.
- Many of our most educated citizens don't have a clue what is happening in their own country.
- The inaction of the police in this case has irked many concerned citizens of the State.
- One of the key points is that we have to respond as citizens rather than consumers.
- The government has the responsibility of protecting the lives of its citizens.
- A citizen's constitutional right must be responded to by the state in full.
- The applicants are citizens of the Czech Republic.
- Every citizen of the nation enjoys the cultural legacy afforded by song.
- Speaking on the occasion, he urged the future citizens of the nation to " dream big".
2(of town, city)the citizens of Cuenca — los conquenses
- before noun citizen participation — participación ciudadana
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