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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsub-editorˌsub-ˈeditor noun [countable]  British EnglishTCN someone whose job is to examine other people’s writing, such as a newspaper article, and to correct mistakes
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sub-editorA first-class woman columnist would come from the Liverpool Post, along with the man to fill the key job of chief sub-editor.If this omission was not the fault of some over-zealous sub-editor, them Mr Bailey ought to be ashamed of himself.
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