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statehood
American English: /ˈsteɪtˌhʊd/
British English: /ˈsteɪthʊd/

Translation of statehood in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • categoría (feminine) de estado
    Example sentences
    • The struggle to achieve statehood for a given nation was the driving force behind nineteenth-century nationalism.
    • Ukrainian peasants turned inwards as centralized power broke down, yet their identification with the Ukrainian nation was strengthened as a result of independent statehood.
    • In fact, the labour movement was the major driving force in the struggle for statehood and independence.

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