noun ag·it·punkt \ˈa-jət-ˌpu̇ŋ(k)t\

Definition of agitpunkt



  1. :  an indoctrination and political propaganda center in the Soviet Union

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Origin and Etymology of agitpunkt

borrowed from Russian, probably shortened from agitatsionnyĭ punkt, literally, “agitation center”

First Known Use: 1921

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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