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/ˈeditər/,
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editors, plural;
  1. A person who is in charge of and determines the final content of a text, particularly a newspaper or magazine
    • - the editor of The New York Times
    • - a sports editor
  2. A person who works for a publishing company, commissioning or preparing material for publication

  3. A computer program enabling the user to alter or rearrange text


  1. a person responsible for the editorial aspects of publication; the person who determines the final content of a text (especially of a newspaper or magazine)
  2. editor program: (computer science) a program designed to perform such editorial functions as rearrangement or modification or deletion of data
  3. (editing) putting something (as a literary work or a legislative bill) into acceptable form
  4. This is a list of villains from the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. For other, related lists, see below.
  5. Editing is the process of selecting and preparing language, images, sound, video, or film through processes of correction, condensation, organization, and other modifications in various media. A person who edits is called an editor. ...
  6. (The editors) Editors are a British indie rock band based in Birmingham, who formed in 2002. Previously known as Pilot, The Pride and Snowfield, the band consists of Tom Smith (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano), Chris Urbanowicz (lead guitar, synthesizer), Russell Leetch (bass guitar, backing ...
  7. A person who edits or makes changes to documents; A copy editor; A person who edited a specific document; A person at a newspaper or similar institution who edits stories and decides which ones to publish; A machine used for editing (cutting and splicing) movie film; A program for creating and ...
  8. (Editors) Frederic G. Cassidy (1907-2000) and Joan Houston Hall
  9. (Editors) Henry Story - Sun Microsystems
  10. (Editors) John Watkinson(1881-87), Robert Frederick Green (1888-1893),Isaac MacIntyre Brown (1894-1919), R.C.Griffith (1920-1937) acting, September 1940-November 1940), Harry Golombek (1938-August 1940), Julius du Mont (December 1940-April 1949), B. ...
  11. (Editors) Jonathan Bravo, Nick Hayward-Young, Gareth Maynard
  12. (Editors) People who contribute to wiki content. At some wikis, such as this one, people need to be registered and logged in to edit. At other wikis, anyone can edit, but if they don't have a wiki account, their IPs are logged and displayed with their edits.
  13. (Editors) Perform variety of editorial duties, such as laying out, indexing, and revising content of written materials, in preparation for final publication. Include technical editors. Illustrated Example: Copy Editor, Censor, Reviewer
  14. (Editors) This privilege either can be given by Admin User or through automated webmaster preferences, depends on his work for the development of community and its knowledge base. ...
  15. (Editors) are used to edit item values in form. There are three editors that can be used at run time: Default editor, System Editor, User Named Editor
  16. (Editors) are views in Servoy that provide users with specialized tools to edit resources, such as scripts, tables, and others.
  17. (Editors) can change certain layout and structural elements of the Website. They can also add other Users to Groups thus enabling them to edit certain content.
  18. (Editors) oversee the documents to ensure that they have relevant content and contain useful search terms.
  19. (Editing) With most media, editing is a process or a procedure that the editor employs.
  20. (editing) 1. In filmmaking, the task of selecting and joining camera takes. 2. In the finished film, the set of techniques that governs the relations among shots.
  21. (Editing) The process by which shots are put together into sequences or scenes. Usually described according to rhythm or pace (ie the varying lengths of the shots in the sequence) and type of transition (eg cut, fade, dissolve or mix, wipe). ...
  22. (Editing) Changing aspects of a design via a computerized editing program. Most programs allow the user to scale designs up or down, edit stitch by stitch or block by block, merge lettering with the design, move aspects of the design around, and other features.
  23. (Editing) In writing, the correcting of grammatical, usage, punctuation, and spelling errors to ensure that the writing is clear, coherent, and correct. ( See also proofreading; revising; writing process.)
  24. (Editing) The process of correcting or making changes to a document.
  25. (Editing) The process of examining questionnaires to insure that all the questions have been answered properly and that all written verbatim responses are complete, meaningful and legible.