国籍：nationality，英[ˌnæʃəˈnælɪtɪ]，美[ˌnæʃəˈnæləti]。例句：The crew are of different nationalities and have no common language.船员们来自不同国家，语言不通。
Asked his nationality, he said American.
All applicants will be considered regardless of age, sex, religion or nationality.
In each case, says the document, the pirates had full knowledge of the cargo, nationality and course of the vessel.
When I asked about this unusual word, she said that she used the first syllable from each nationality.
The volunteers aim to help victims of disasters regardless of their race or nationality.
For example, one bank could capture the nationality of its customers while another bank does not.
Einstein was naturalized American nationality in 1940.
What nationality are you?
We call people from China, Chinese. This is their nationality.
That said, he should seek to hire staff on the basis of merit, not nationality.
A Yes, there will be people from everywhere, every nationality.
How on earth did you guess his nationality, occupation and all those other things about him just from his appearance?
A hostage said that only one spoke, and he did so in classical Arabic, making it difficult to establish his nationality.
Would Jews who stay have to take Palestinian citizenship or could they hold dual nationality?
Of course, each nationality has its own national features which should be respected.
Such ugliness can only go so far: local politicians cannot close the border to traders from the wrong nationality, for example, or sack workers with the wrong background: it would be against EU law.
Each file will be considered separately, but steps can be taken to remove their Egyptian nationality and that of their children.
As business spreads across frontiers, the company that wants to move its executives around, and to promote the best of them, regardless of nationality, encourages the use of English.
Race refers to skin color differences in the United States while Europeans tend to include nationality in their definition.
He has French nationality.