Definition of supranationality in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌnaSHəˈnalitē/


See supranational

‘Against federalist ambitions, Weiler maintains that supranationality does not strive for unity.’
  • ‘This sensitivity about sovereignty and supranationality is reflected by the official position on the new treaty.’
  • ‘With the end of supranationality, might it not be said that its advocates did the world a lot of damage?’
  • ‘Political debates over supranationality have cross-cut the main organizing lines of European politics to a striking degree.’
  • ‘A factor which weighs against supranationality is the burden of the past generated by the frustration of integration projects.’