verb (used with object), re·pri·va·tized, re·pri·va·tiz·ing.
to restore to private control; remove from governmental jurisdiction.
Also especially British, re·pri·va·tise.
Origin of reprivatize
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Contemporary Examples of reprivatize
In Ukraine, Yanukovych took power and began to reprivatize for the benefit of himself and the members of his immediate family.Ukraine’s Revolutionary Lesson for Russia
March 2, 2014