Synonyms of 'version'
a form of something, such as a piece of writing, with some differences from other formsLudo is a version of an ancient Indian racing game.
He contracted a rare form of cancer.
She grows 12 varieties of old-fashioned roses.
The device is a variant of a conventional phone.
What sort of person is he?
They developed a new kind of film-making.
a new class of personal computer
The pictures are based on simple geometric designs.
six scenes in the style of a classical Greek tragedy
To keep the cost down, opt for a basic model.
There are various types of the disease.
the British brand of socialism
his love of films and novels in the horror genre
an adaptation, for example of a book or play into a filmThe English version is far inferior to the original French text.
He won two awards for his screen adaptation of the play.
A paperback edition is now available in all good bookshops.
interpretation, , , , ,
the interpretation of the scriptures
his excellent English translation of `Faust'
an account of something from a certain point of viewShe went public with her version of events.
I gave a detailed account of what had happened that night.
a full report of what happened here tonight
He gave a description of the surgery he was about to perform.
Keep a record of all the payments.
There is a reading of this situation which upsets people.
a popular love story with a happy ending
It is my understanding that this has been going on for many years.
his magnificent history of broadcasting in Canada
statements from witnesses to the event
take (informal, mainly US),
He put the wrong construction on what he saw.
a collection of poems and folk tales
his lucid explanation of the mysteries of cricket
The Opposition put a different interpretation on the figures.
He began his narrative with the day of the murder.
this vast chronicle of Napoleonic times
a rendition of the works of Conrad
The play is an autobiographical journey with song, dialogue and narration.
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in the sense of brand
a particular kind or varietythe British brand of socialism
in the sense of chronicle
a record of events in chronological orderthis vast chronicle of Napoleonic times
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