Citizenship meaning

sĭtĭ-zən-shĭp
The definition of citizenship is the status of being a citizen, along with the rights, duties and privileges of being a citizen.

An example of citizenship is someone being born in the United States and having access to all the same freedoms and rights as those already living in the US.

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The status of a citizen with its attendant duties, rights, and privileges.
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A person's conduct as a citizen.
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The status or condition of a citizen.
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The duties, rights, and privileges of this status.
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The status of being a citizen.
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Origin of citizenship

  • citizen +‎ -ship

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