noun, plural ri·fa·ci·men·ti [ri-fah-chi-men-tee Italian ree-fah-chee-men-tee] /rɪˌfɑ tʃɪˈmɛn ti Italian riˌfɑ tʃiˈmɛn ti/.
Origin of rifacimento
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Historical Examples of rifacimento
We consider then the Compendio as a rifacimento not from Boccaccio's hand.Giovanni Boccaccio, a Biographical Study
Rifacimento, a literary work recast to adapt it to a change in the circumstances of the time.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
Edited by Rev. James Wood
This man prefixed sonnets written by himself to the rifacimento; "whence we might conclude that he was the editor."
Still, as Giunta acknowledged, the rifacimento had been irretrievably damaged by some private foe.