Definition of 'editor'
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Are they editors of magazines in other countries? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Entry for a chapter within an anthology with two editors. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)He was not just the presenter but also the man in charge as managing editor. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There may also be criminal proceedings involving its journalists and editors. Times, Sunday Times (2014)One programme editor praised him to me for being less interfering than some of his predecessors. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The value of our people is as editors and journalists. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The first half comprises journalists and editors who may well take up the mantle. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Books editors can be very cruel. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The film editor has fared better. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The Times is looking for an assistant news picture editor to work across its news sections. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The film editor and the lawyer are feeling something, too. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Well the match-day programme editors certainly seemed to know! The Sun (2014)She is being sued by a film editor who claims he was not paid 3,700. The Sun (2010)Her team insists that the editors and Journalists employed by the outlet will be independent. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She began making experimental films, then documentaries and worked as a film editor. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His father was a film editor, his mother a medical receptionist. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I would not have wanted to be the editor of this book. Times, Sunday Times (2006)While news editors formerly acted as judge and jury for public knowledge, our mob mentality hardly produces better results. Christianity Today (2000)Let programme editors manage programmes. The Sun (2013)I was unsure whether to take part in the series since being an editor and a journalist does not necessarily mean you can write. The Sun (2008)If the anthology has an editor, note the name or names after the "Ed. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)The book was his editor's idea and it doesn't have the same sense of a quest. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Her task was that of a news editor and sub-editor combined, both choosing and editing stories for publication. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A magazine editor's outrageous demands make her trainee assistant's life a nightmare. The Sun (2012)I asked the editor of GQ magazine last weekend if he liked my new jacket. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'editor'
British English: editor /ˈɛdɪtə/ NOUN
An editor is a person in charge of a newspaper or magazine, or a section of a newspaper or magazine, who makes decisions concerning the contents.
Her father was the editor of a newspaper.
- American English: editor
- Arabic: مُحَرِّر
- Brazilian Portuguese: editor
- Chinese: 编辑
- Croatian: urednik
- Czech: redaktor
- Danish: redaktør
- Dutch: redacteur
- European Spanish: director
- Finnish: toimittaja julkaisija, päätoimittaja
- French: éditeur
- German: Herausgeber
- Greek: επιμελητής έκδοσης
- Italian: redattore
- Japanese: 編集者
- Korean: 편집자
- Norwegian: redaktør
- Polish: edytor
- European Portuguese: editor
- Romanian: redactor
- Russian: редактор
- Spanish: editor
- Swedish: redaktör
- Thai: บรรณาธิการ
- Turkish: editör
- Ukrainian: редактор
- Vietnamese: biên tập viên
Definition of editor from the Collins English Dictionary
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