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  • EN [ ˈneɪʃn]
  • US [ ˈneɪʃn]

English definition


  • 1. a politically organized body of people under a single government;

    • "the state has elected a new president"
    • "African nations"
    • "students who had come to the nation's capitol"
    • "the country's largest manufacturer"
    • "an industrialized land"
  • 2. the people who live in a nation or country;

    • "a statement that sums up the nation's mood"
    • "the news was announced to the nation"
    • "the whole country worshipped him"
  • 3. a federation of tribes (especially native American tribes);

    • "the Shawnee nation"

Example sentences

  • O! The Huanghe ( River ), cradle of the Chinese nation.

  • The affairs of the nation have been abandoned to dishonest politicians.

  • We shall take our place in the world as a nation with an advanced culture.

  • Another new nation has been brought into being.

  • The news of victory rejoiced the heart of the whole nation.

  • The British nation has not risen up in a generation.

  • The reactionary officials took bribes insatiably, giving not the least care to the future of the nation.

  • Gone are the days when a big nation could lord it over small ones.

  • The nation declined as a world power.

  • The discoverer claimed the island for the nation.

  • On hearing of the victory, the nation was transported with joy.

  • The nation wants peace; only a minority want the war to continue.

  • For years the nation had been under the heel of a dictatorial regime.

  • The whole nation feels with the families of those who were drowned in the great floods.

  • Tactics differs from strategy, which refers to the overall plans of a nation at war.

  • They look forward to their rebirth as a nation.

  • The exhibition is designed to reflect the diversity of the nation and its regions.

  • The nation must be aroused from its unwillingness to work.

  • You may extinguish a nation, but not the love of liberty.

  • The President spoke to the whole nation on television.

  • They wanted to industrialise their nation.

  • Young people came from the four corners of the nation.

  • The nation looks to them for guidance.

  • The nation has experienced four years of rocketing crime.

  • It's entitled, appropriately enough, "Art for the Nation".

  • He suggested that we suffer delusions of grandeur as a football nation.

Phrase collocation

  • one nation

    [often as modifier]a nation not divided by social inequality

    • one-nation Tories.

Synonym discrimination

  • nation, state, country, land, power

  • nation, people, race


Meaning of nation

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