meaning of antiquation

antiquation meaning in General Dictionary

The work of earning antiquated or even the state to be antiquated

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  • The act of creating antiquated, and/or condition of being antiquated.

antiquation meaning in Etymology Dictionary

1640s, from Late Latin antiquationem (nominative antiquatio), noun of action from previous participle stem of antiquare (see traditional (adj.)).


antiquation meaning in General Dictionary

(letter.) The act of creating antiquated, or the condition to be antiquated.