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Topic: Nationality & race

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnationalityna‧tion‧al‧i‧ty /ˌnæʃəˈnæləti/ ●●○ noun (plural nationalities)  1 [countable, uncountable]PGC the state of being legally a citizen of a particular countrycitizenship people of the same nationalityFrench/Brazilian etc nationality He has British nationality.dual nationality (=the state of being a citizen of two countries)2 [countable]SAN a large group of people with the same race, origin, language etc the different nationalities within the former USSR
Examples from the Corpus
nationalityIn the upper Baskan accommodation is in multistorey hotels lively with the comings and goings of mountaineers of all nationalities.The application form asks you to state your name, age, and nationality.Moravia is not so much another nationality in the blend but, rather, a district.Given that these change over time, the dominance of the industry by a certain nationality of institutions may be transitory.It's a three star hotel patronised by many different nationalities.Jeanne has dual nationality because her mother is French and her father is English.Despite being born in Germany, these children do not have an automatic right to German nationality.You hate the political business of nationality.What is allowed is sentimentality in drunken songs of nationality and ideal love.The Act prohibits discrimination on the grounds of race, colour or nationality.I assumed that somewhere in our contracts there was a clause in which we relinquished our rights to our own nationalities.Employers cannot discriminate against someone's nationality.The nationalities of the plane crash victims have not yet been released.What nationality are you?dual nationalityThere could not even be a question of dual nationality.