dinesydd, dinasyddion, ddinesydd, ddinasyddion, ninasyddion, ninesydd
Noun(1) a native or naturalized member of a state or other political community
(1) a Polish citizen(2) he's a citizen of Cork(3) The first purpose, citizen participation in governance, falls into the sovereign realms.(4) A citizen 's constitutional right must be responded to by the state in full.(5) she's an Irish citizen(6) There is no way for a citizen of a republic to abdicate his responsibilities.(7) Every citizen of the nation enjoys the cultural legacy afforded by song.(8) a British citizen(9) EU citizen(10) Plus, he'll be a model citizen in the community.(11) the rights of every citizen(12) Any major business could be voted on by the whole town at a town meeting which all citizens could attend.(13) The Council will give in and the loser, as always, will be the citizens of Bradford.(14) Evenings were the only time the city felt like it belonged to the citizens of York.(15) The organisers hope to attract citizens to parts of the city they have never visited before.(16) As many liberals say, ├ö├ç├┐It's time for us to be citizens of the world .├ö├ç├û
(1) senior citizen :: dinesydd hŷn
1. national ::
2. subject ::
3. passport holder ::
4. native ::
1. alien ::
Different Formscitizen, citizens, citizenship
English to Welsh Dictionary: citizen
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