edition definition

  • noun:
    • The entire quantity of copies of a publication granted previously or from a single group of kind.
    • A single content using this group.
    • the proper execution where a publication is given: a paperback version of a novel; an annotated edition of Shakespeare.
    • A version of an earlier publication having substantial modifications or additions: a newly revised edition of a regular research work.
    • all copies of a specified issue of a newspaper: the morning version; the Sunday edition.
    • A broadcast of a radio or television development program: Thursday's version of the six o'clock development.
    • the complete wide range of want or identical things issued or created as a set: a limited edition of very early jazz tracks; a signed version of a team of lithographs.
    • some of the various or successive types by which something exists or provided: this present year's version of autumn fashions from Paris.
    • one which closely resembles an original; a version: The kid was a smaller sized version of their parent.
    • A literary work edited and posted, as by a specific editor or in a particular fashion.
    • your whole range copies of a-work imprinted and posted previously; since, the initial edition was soon sold.
    • A literary work edited and posted, as by a specific editor or in a specific manner
    • the entire quantity of copies of a-work imprinted and published previously.
    • The work of editing.
    • An edited copy or issue of a novel or any other work; a recension, or annotated reproduction: as, Milman's version of Gibbon's “Rome”; the planet edition of Shakspere.
    • A concurrent problem or book of copies of a novel or some similar manufacturing; the sheer number of publications, etc., of the identical type published together, or without change of form or of contents; a multiplication or reproduction of the identical work or variety of works: because, a big version of a book, map, or magazine; the task has reached a tenth edition; the folio editions of Shakspere's performs.
    • Figuratively, one of many kinds or states where one thing seems at different occuring times; a copy; an exemplar.
    • a problem of a newspaper
    • the form by which a text (especially a printed book) is published
    • one thing some different from others of the same type
    • all the identical copies of anything agreed to people in addition
    • the complete range copies of a publication released at one time or from an individual collection of kind.
    • an individual copy from this team.
    • the shape in which a publication is given: a paperback edition of a novel; an annotated version of Shakespeare.
    • A version of an early on publication having substantial modifications or additions: a newly modified version of a typical guide work.
    • all copies of a specified problem of a newspaper: the early morning version; the Sunday version.
    • A broadcast of a radio or tv news program: Thursday's version associated with the six o'clock development.
    • the whole amount of love or identical items granted or created as a group: a restricted edition of early jazz recordings; a signed version of a group of lithographs.
    • the various or successive forms where one thing is offered or provided: in 2010's edition of autumn fashions from Paris.
    • the one that closely resembles an original; a version: The son ended up being a smaller version of their daddy.
    • A literary work modified and posted, as by a particular editor or in a certain fashion.
    • the entire quantity of copies of a work printed and posted at one time; because, the very first version was quickly offered.
    • A literary work modified and posted, as by a particular editor or perhaps in a certain way
    • the entire few copies of a work imprinted and posted previously.
    • The work of modifying.
    • An edited copy or issue of a novel or other work; a recension, or annotated reproduction: as, Milman's version of Gibbon's “Rome”; the planet version of Shakspere.
    • A concurrent concern or book of copies of a book or some similar production; the number of books, etc., of the identical sort published collectively, or without change of kind or of items; a multiplication or reproduction of the same work or series of works: because, a sizable edition of a book, chart, or magazine; the task has reached a tenth edition; the folio versions of Shakspere's plays.
    • Figuratively, one of several kinds or says which something appears at different occuring times; a copy; an exemplar.
    • a problem of a newspaper
    • the form by which a text (especially a printed book) is posted
    • one thing a little not the same as others of the same kind
    • all the identical copies of anything offered to the public on top of that
  • others:
    • To edit; publish.
    • To edit; publish.

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