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aggiornamento

noun ag·gior·na·men·to \ə-ˌjr-nə-ˈmen-(ˌ)tō\
plural ag·gior·na·men·tos

Definition of AGGIORNAMENTO

:  a bringing up to date :  modernization <dedicated to the aggiornamento of the church>

Origin of AGGIORNAMENTO

Italian, from aggiornare to bring up to date, from a to (from Latin ad-) + giorno day, from Late Latin diurnum day — more at journey
First Known Use: 1963

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