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Definition of Edit

  • To superintend the publication of; to revise and prepare for publication; to select, correct, arrange, etc., the matter of, for publication; as, to edit a newspaper.
  • prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting
  • cut or eliminate
  • cut and assemble the components of
  • supervise the publication of

How to use edit in a sentence. Edit pronunciation.

Do not change or edit the header without written permission.
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There is no Parisian who is not happy in the belief that he makes all the noise he hears, writes all the books he reads, edits all the journals on which he breakfasts, writes all the vaudevilles on which he sups, and invents all the 'bon mots' he repeats.
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Thus in the "old charges," as quoted by Anderson (Const. edit.
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The News Section_: to edit a large daily paper giving _true_, _uncolored_ news with a special supplement relating to progress in the work of Human Engineering.
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The idea that the Sketch of 1844 might remain, in the event of his death, as the only record of his work, seems to have been long in his mind, for in August 1854, when he had finished with the Cirripedes, and was thinking of beginning his "species work," he added on the back of the above letter, "Hooker by far best man to edit my species volume.
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And of course, you *have to* visit Wikipedia, the collaborative, net-authored encyclopedia that anyone can edit, with more than 1,000,000 entries in English alone.
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The learned tanner's boy also became the aptest Inner in the county, and the editor testified his admiration for young McClure's attainments by sending him to edit a new weekly paper which the exigencies of politics called into being in an adjoining county.
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If I had a root I would give you half."-[Lamartine's "History of the Girondists," edit.
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BERTRAND DE MOLLEVILLE, "Annals," edit.
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See Gervase of Tilbury, Otia Imperialia, edit.
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For the Papstesel, etc., see Luther's Sammtliche Schriften, edit.
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Sam, in his brother's absence, concluded to edit the paper in a way that would liven up the circulation.
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The pirate who serves you (incidentally he writes poetry and helps to edit a magazine among other things) apologises for the lack of a Stevensonian parrot.
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Partim jam primum Partim iterum atque tertio edit Savagius Landor.
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Examples of Edit

Example #1
Please do not remove it.
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Included is important information about your specific rights and restrictions in how the file may be used.
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The words are carefully chosen to provide users with the information they need about what they can legally do with the texts.
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This should be the first thing seen when anyone opens the book.
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But this flattering allusion vanishes the moment chance takes him a mile away from the Rue Vivienne.
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The roar of the city, rising like a great bass around him, fills up the gaps in his thoughts, and never leaves that disagreeable sensation-a void.