Definition of dual citizenship in English:

dual citizenship

Syllabification: du·al cit·i·zen·ship
(also chiefly British dual nationality)


Citizenship in two countries concurrently.
More example sentences
  • I meet a girl who has American-French dual citizenship and has traveled to so many places that not only are both her passports full, but she had to get extra pages sewn into them.
  • So she will be aware of her heritage and dual citizenship.
  • The countries that were identified, Mr. Advani claimed, were those in the world which allowed their citizens to take up dual citizenship.

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