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edit in Media topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishedited‧it /ˈedɪt/ ●●○ verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]TCAM to prepare a book, piece of film etc for printing or broadcasting by removing mistakes or parts that are not acceptable The newspaper edits letters before printing them.2 [transitive] to prepare a book or article for printing by deciding what to include and in what order a collection of essays edited by John Gay3 [transitive] to prepare a film by deciding what to include and in what order4 [transitive]TCN to be responsible for the information that is included in a newspaper, magazine etc She used to edit the Observer.edit noun [countable] edit something ↔ out→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
editGupta founded and edited a newspaper in colonial East Africa.Today the Foxfire magazine is still written, edited, and published by students.Viewing and editing documents on screen can be much quicker than working on paper.Education bosses have edited favourite children's author Roald Dahl out of their proposed guide to recommended reading in schools.Nor is there any way of inputting or editing individual records.Press B to enter the edit mode.He looks at a film in the editing room like a sculptor and assembles the pieces.