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Noun
The deletion of some text during editing
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Copy editing
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The act or result of changing or altering something, typically to correct or improve it
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The practice or policy of censoring films, letters, or publications
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The action or process of preparing or being prepared for use or consideration
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The improvement or clarification of something by the making of small changes
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The act or practice of making videos
Verb
Present participle for to revise or improve a piece of work
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“Start writing early and give yourself plenty of time to edit and perfect your post before it goes live.”
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Present participle for to abridge or shorten a piece of work
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“Murray's request for Bates to edit and shorten his book to a single volume is a very good example of the editorial forces that revolve around the literary market.”
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Present participle for to check a piece of work for mistakes or errors
“Once a second round of revisions is completed by the author, the editor will edit the revisions and then proofread the book.”
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Present participle for to delete or remove errors, mistakes or unwanted content from a piece of work
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“Many filmmakers complained of Aubrey's interference in production and of his propensity to edit out any controversial material.”
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Present participle for to remove or alter parts considered offensive or unseemly
“People had him edit his speech because they thought what he wrote originally was too offensive to be spoken.”
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Present participle for to compose or prepare a piece of work
“We decided to edit a book on empirical sociological research on policy formation during the New Deal.”
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Present participle for to collect and arrange various pieces into a coherent whole
“I've decided to edit a collage of footage from earlier this year.”
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Present participle for to make or adapt for a particular purpose or person
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“You can edit the worksheet to suit your students' needs.”
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Present participle for to be the manager or editor of a publication
“Kennedy becomes the first woman to edit a national newspaper in Ireland and only the fourth editor of the Irish Times in 40 years.”
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Present participle for to rewrite existing text or source code for improved readability, usability, or structure without affecting its function or meaning
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