cagione

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Latin occāsiō, occāsiōnem, possibly influenced by an early Gallo-Romance language, or altered from the original form cascione. Also from Latin occasionem is Italian occasione, a borrowed doublet.

Noun[edit]

cagione f (plural cagioni)

  1. cause

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