Definition of reaggravation in US English:

reaggravation

noun

  • 1Ecclesiastical Law. The second warning given to a person before final excommunication; (occasionally) the process of giving such a warning. Now historical.

  • 2The action or result of reaggravating a problem, injury, etc.; an instance of this.

Origin

Early 16th century. From post-classical Latin reaggravation-, reaggravatio from classical Latin re- + aggravātiō. Compare Middle French reaggravation, French réaggrave.

Pronunciation

reaggravation

/ˌriːaɡrəˈveɪʃn/