- (Roman law.) The repeal of a law.
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Antiquation — An ti*qua tion, n. [L. antiquatio, fr. antiquare.] The act of making antiquated, or the state of being antiquated. Beaumont. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
antiquation — (n.) 1640s, from L.L. antiquationem (nom. antiquatio), noun of action from pp. stem of antiquare (see ANTIQUE (Cf. antique)) … Etymology dictionary
antiquation — ˌ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˈkwāshən noun ( s) Etymology: Late Latin antiquation , antiquatio, from Latin antiquatus + ion , io ion : the act of making antiquated : the state of being antiquated … Useful english dictionary
antiquation — noun see antiquate … New Collegiate Dictionary
antiquation — See antiquate. * * * … Universalium
antiquation — n. aging, obsolescence … English contemporary dictionary
antiquation — an·ti·qua·tion … English syllables
antiquate — antiquation, n. /an ti kwayt /, v.t., antiquated, antiquating. 1. to make obsolete, old fashioned, or out of date by replacing with something newer or better: This latest device will antiquate the ice cube tray. 2. to design or create in an… … Universalium
abrogation — I noun abolishment, abolition, annihilation, annulment, canceling, cancellation, countermand, counterorder, defeasance, dissolution, invalidation, nullification, overriding, overruling, recall, recantation, renege, repeal, repudiation, rescission … Law dictionary
antiquate — transitive verb ( quated; quating) Etymology: Late Latin antiquatus, past participle of antiquare, from Latin antiquus Date: 1596 to make old or obsolete • antiquation noun … New Collegiate Dictionary