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From Latin editionem (nominative editio) ‘a bringing forth, producing’, from perfect passive participle editus, from stem of verb edere, ‘bring forth, produce’, from ex-, ‘out’ + -dere, combining form of dare, ‘to give’; + noun of agent suffix -or.

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Editor

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Editors

Editor (plural Editors)
  1. A person who edits or makes changes to documents.
  2. A copy editor.
  3. A person who edited a specific document.
    • John Johnson wrote this term paper and the editor was Joan Johnson.
  4. A person at a newspaper or similar institution who edits stories and decides which ones to publish.
    • John is the city editor at the Daily Times.
  5. A machine used for editing (cutting and splicing) movie film
  6. (computer software) A program for creating and making changes to files, especially text files.
    • The TPU EVE editor is an excellent, extensible, programmable editor.
  7. (television, cinematography) Someone who manipulates video footage and assembles it into the correct order etc for broadcast; a picture editor.

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Editor m.

  1. editor (computer program)

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From English.

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  • IPA: ɛditɔr

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Editor m. (plural Editors, diminutive Editortje)

  1. An editor (computer program to edit text documents).

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Editor m. (feminine editora, masculine plural editores, feminine plural editoras)

  1. editor

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