What does renationalising mean?

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  1. present participle of renationalise
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I wonder, if the Government does pursue its obsession with renationalising business in New Zealand, how it will protect freight on the rail network.
New Labour has gone through one excuse after another over the last four years to avoid renationalising the rail industry.
Instead of renationalising the rail, New Labour appointed another company, Network Rail, to run it, leaving the private companies in charge of the trains.
A survey of over 1,000 adults for the Unite union showed that three out of five believed there was a case for temporarily renationalising steel.
Would it be taking us back to the dark ages if public transport was made substantially cheaper by renationalising it?
Opinion polls suggest that renationalising the railway would be popular, which has no doubt persuaded the new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to adopt the policy.

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