Translation of nationality in Spanish:


nacionalidad, n.

Pronunciation /ˌnæʃəˈnælədi//naʃəˈnalɪti/

nounPlural nationalities

  • 1

    nacionalidad feminine
    ciudadanía feminine
    to have Spanish nationality tener nacionalidad / ciudadanía española
    • what's your nationality?, what nationality are you? ¿de qué nacionalidad eres?
    • Firstly, fascism discriminates between enterprises and families according to whether they belong to the favoured nationality.
    • The former will prohibit any discrimination based on gender, contracted workers' status, nationality, disability and old-school ties.
    • It sets out both countries' duties to re-admit their own citizens, and identifies how nationality will be determined if it is disputed.
    • They can be obtained to show that administrative orders and notices are invalid, or exempt from taxation, or for confirming matters of marital status and nationality.
    • All are male and belong to the titular nationality of their country, therefore gender and ethnicity were not considered in any depth.
    • It means hatred against any group of persons defined by reference to colour, race, nationality (including citizenship) or ethnic or national origins.
    • That was the reason it slipped in there, because otherwise we would have had to take people of British nationality as our free citizens.
    • There are all sorts of arguments about whether people automatically get nationality or whether the new State has complete discretion over these issues and so on.
    • The existing oath of allegiance for people seeking British nationality is to be changed to a citizenship pledge.
    • You will never be mistaken as belonging to another nationality or religion.
    • It was not suggested that Sikhs were a group defined by colour, race, nationality or national origins and the argument turned entirely upon whether they were a group defined by ethnic origins.
    • The cadres of this organisation do not belong to any single nationality or ethnic group.
    • Classes can be defined by almost any characteristic, such as income, hair color, age, nationality, or sexual habits.
    • At that time the Race Relations Act did not outlaw discrimination on grounds of nationality but only national origin.
    • I will not permit considerations of gender, race, religion, political affiliation, sexual orientation, nationality, or social standing to influence my duty of care.
    • His nationality gave him minority status among even the minorities, and, as such, he believed, was never given due respect for his military knowledge.
    • They belong to everyone without distinction as to sex, marital status, race or nationality.
    • Differential treatment of persons for nationality and immigration purposes cannot therefore in itself be unacceptable under international law.
    • Personal identities such as race, religion, sexuality, nationality and gender are personal and complex matters.
    • The government's legislation was unlawful because it discriminated ‘on the ground of nationality or immigration status,’ he said.
    • The notion that language equals nationality and therefore personal identity is foolish.
    • When he was charged the media seemed a bit shy of mentioning his nationality or immigration status.
  • 2

    (national group)
    nacionalidad feminine
    • So you don't get some of the problems of people from mixed ethnic backgrounds and nationalities being pushed in together.
    • The French banlieu includes people of varied ethnic backgrounds and nationalities.
    • It has made colleagues of staff from different nationalities, cultures, ethnic backgrounds and religions.
    • It should be obvious that the diverse ethnic groups and nationalities that call themselves Muslims are not of one mind.
    • Union Day is usually celebrated with sporting competitions among the ethnic nationalities.
    • This is a country which is composed of all sorts of sects, religion, nationalities and ethnic minorities.
    • Non-representative incarceration of distinct ethnic groups or nationalities.
    • His account is a moving testimony to the men of all nationalities, ethnicities and classes who built the railways.
    • They travelled around the Caucasus more than the other nationalities and were the main commercial traders.
    • The Han nationality is the main nationality and Hans are distributed all over the country, in addition to there being 56 minority nationalities.
    • Historically, their campuses have been hybrids of ethnic cultures and nationalities.
    • All nationalities joined in as we marched up the main thoroughfare.
    • There are no races, nationalities, politics or religions in this Auditorium.
    • Jababeka is home to over 150,000 people from various ethnic groups and nationalities.
    • In the Middle Ages, groups and nationalities that were not ethnically Hungarian lived in the nation.
    • Dozens of other ethnic nationalities make up the remaining 8 percent.
    • Australia became a land of many ethnic groups and nationalities.
    • The Korean people are one of the world's most ethnically homogeneous nationalities.
    • Of course there are conflicts between races and ethnicities and nationalities, call them what you will.
    • Most of my friends are of different ethnicities, religions and nationalities.