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Definition of "naturalization" [nat•u•ral•i•za•tion]

  • The action of naturalizing somebody. (noun)
  • The admission or adoption of foreign words or customs into general use. (noun)
  • The introduction and establishment of an animal or plant into a place where it is not indigenous. (noun)

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Use "naturalization" in a sentence
  • "Our term naturalization signifies essentially the same thing; viz., that the subject is made to be a natural born"
  • "Also, in cases where naturalization is not at issue, commerce with foreign states would be."
  • "One of the categories under which one may apply for naturalization is five years 'residency in Mexico."