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  1. edit

    • IPA[ˈedət]

    美式

    • v.
      prepare (written material) for publication by correcting, condensing, or otherwise modifying it;choose material for (a movie or a radio or television program) and arrange it to form a coherent whole
    • n.
      a change or correction made as a result of editing;a version of written, recorded, or filmed material made as a result of editing
    • verb: edit, 3rd person present: edits, gerund or present participle: editing, past tense: edited, past participle: edited

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    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. prepare (written material) for publication by correcting, condensing, or otherwise modifying it:

      Volume I was edited by J. Johnson

    • 2. choose material for (a movie or a radio or television program) and arrange it to form a coherent whole:

      you could edit together a succession of short clips

      the story was ruthlessly edited down to its allotted span

    • 3. change (text) on a computer.
    • 4. remove unnecessary or inappropriate words, sounds, or scenes from a text, movie, or radio or television program:

      the film's sexually explicit scenes have been edited out

    • 5. be editor of (a newspaper or magazine):

      he began to edit the magazine in 1923

    • 6. alter (a gene or other nucleotide sequence) by the insertion, deletion, or replacement of one or more nucleotides:

      in recent years, scientists have sought more precise ways to edit the genome

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a change or correction made as a result of editing:

      the system has no word wrap feature—so even small edits involved extensive rekeying

    • 2. a version of written, recorded, or filmed material made as a result of editing:

      a rough edit of some delightful Javanese gamelan music

    • 3. a featured selection of clothes, accessories, beauty products, etc. from a particular season or collection:

      this is ELLE’s personal Autumn/Winter 2012 edit

    • abbr edited.

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    • adj. (of written material) corrected, condensed, or otherwise modified in preparation for publication:

    • the article is an edited version of a lecture paper

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    • adj. (of written material) corrected, condensed, or otherwise modified in preparation for publication:

    • the article is an edited version of a lecture paper

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    • n. the manipulation of the genetic material of a living organism by deleting, replacing, or inserting a DNA sequence, typically with the aim of improving a crop or farmed animal, or correcting a genetic disorder:

    • gene editing to date has focused on curing single point mutations such as sickle cell anaemia

      more precise genome editing techniques have been developed in recent years

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    • n. the manipulation of the genetic material of a living organism by deleting, replacing, or inserting a DNA sequence, typically with the aim of improving a crop or farmed animal, or correcting a genetic disorder:

    • gene editing to date has focused on curing single point mutations such as sickle cell anemia

      more precise genome editing techniques have been developed in recent years

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    • v. edit (a text or film) again:

    • the third scene is still too long—we'll have to re-edit it

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    • v. be invited to choose material for a single issue or broadcast of (a newspaper, magazine, or programme):

    • it has been an incredible honour to guest-edit this issue

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    • n. a modified or shortened version of a song that is suitable for broadcasting:

    • if a record has risqué content, it's de rigueur for a record label to create a radio edit with the expletives deleted

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    • IPA[ˈɛdɪt]

    英式

    • v.
      prepare (written material) for publication by correcting, condensing, or otherwise modifying it:
    • Volume I was edited by J. Johnson
    • n.
      a change or correction made as a result of editing:
    • the system has no word wrap feature—so even small edits involved extensive rekeying

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