Meaning of municipalization in English:


Pronunciation /mjʊˌnɪsɪpəlʌɪˈzeɪʃn/


(also British municipalisation)

See municipalize

‘The concept of national institutions like this that really promote taxation, promote municipalization, do not support recognition of inherent right.’
  • ‘The municipalisation of the Scottish parliament may seem to be unstoppable.’
  • ‘A number of ‘public interest’ arguments were raised at the time to justify municipalization of volunteer fire companies…’
  • ‘In the city of La Ceiba, protesters demanded no increases in the price of basic foodstuffs, the municipalization of water services and women's rights.’
  • ‘The municipalisation of street railways in Birmingham, however, was far less colourful than municipalisation in Cleveland.’