secession

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From Latin sēcessiō (a withdrawing).

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secession (countable and uncountable, plural secessions)

  1. The act of seceding.
    That year, secession was enacted on account of unreasonable policies.

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Occitan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin sēcessiō.

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secession f (plural secessions)

  1. secession