editor

editor
[[t]e̱dɪtə(r)[/t]]
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editors
1) N-COUNT An editor is the person who is in charge of a newspaper or magazine and who decides what will be published in each edition of it.
2) N-COUNT: supp N An editor is a journalist who is responsible for a particular section of a newspaper or magazine.

Cookery Editor Moyra Fraser takes you behind the scenes.

...by Alan Travis, Home Affairs Editor.

3) N-COUNT An editor is a person who checks and corrects texts before they are published.

Your role as editor is important, for you can look at a piece of writing objectively.

4) N-COUNT: supp N An editor is a radio or television journalist who reports on a particular type of news.

As our economics editor, Dominic Harrod, reports, trade and investment are important issues on the agenda.

5) N-COUNT An editor is a person who prepares a film, or a radio or television programme, by selecting some of what has been filmed or recorded and putting it in a particular order.

A few years earlier, she had worked at 20th Century Fox as a film editor.

6) N-COUNT An editor is a person who collects pieces of writing by different authors and prepares them for publication in a book or a series of books.

Michael Rosen is the editor of the anthology.

7) N-COUNT An editor is a computer program that enables you to change and correct stored data.

English dictionary. 2008.

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