Hindi translation of 'editorial'
editorial /ˌedɪˈtɔːriəl ˌएडिˈटॉरीअल्/
Word forms: editorials
1. adjective before noun
Editorial means involved in preparing a newspaper, magazine, or book for publication.
...the editorial staff of the magazine 'Private Eye'.
2. adjective before noun
Editorial means involving the attitudes, opinions, and contents of a newspaper, magazine, or television programme.
We are not going to change our editorial policy.
3. countable noun
An editorial is an article in a newspaper which gives the opinion of the editor or publisher on a particular topic.
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Example Sentences Including 'editorial'
Gerhardt knew that his presence as an employee embarrassed his superior, but he did his editorial work quickly and effectively.Dare Call It Treason
`He's very active in the Peace Movement, and he's on the editorial board of almost everything.Left, Right and Centre
But if the story had an editorial slant, it was `buyer beware".No Body
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Translation of editorial from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary