verb (used with object)
- edison effect,
- edison, thomas a.,
- edison, thomas alva,
- edit trace,
- edith cavell,
- editio princeps
Origin of edit
Examples from the Web for edit
Being there teaches you to think quickly, edit yourself, and not get too precious about your own work.
We just saw an edit of one called, “Doug Becomes A Feminist,” and I just really enjoyed watching it.
But after a while, the edit wars ended, and the article no longer had Einstein going to Albania.
WardsWiki (as it became known) allowed anyone to edit and contribute, without even needing a password.
The result was a new content management application that allowed users to edit and contribute to a Web page.
In that way he could edit the letters before his secretary saw them.Tales Of Men And Ghosts|Edith Wharton
It is not under corte or manga either in Covarrubia or the 1730 edit.The Bible in Spain - Vol. 2 [of 2]|George Borrow
Women, you know, edit most papers nowadays, George Egerton says.The Wheels of Chance|H. G. Wells
He was forbidden by government to edit any paper and was deprived of his chair.A Biographical Dictionary of Freethinkers of All Ages and Nations|Joseph Mazzini Wheeler
The latter is more likely, since in his story in the Golden Legende, edit.Chaucer's Works, Volume 5 (of 7) -- Notes to the Canterbury Tales|Geoffrey Chaucer