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redacted

[ ri-dak-tid ]
/ rɪˈdæk tɪd /
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adjective
(of a document) with confidential or sensitive information removed or hidden: If a court decision contains protected information, it may not be released immediately due to the need to prepare a redacted version.
(of text, images, or information) removed, obscured, or hidden from view:Under this ruling, state agencies must provide an explanation for not disclosing redacted information.
edited or compiled, as from multiple sources:This text is believed to be a redacted and bowdlerized edition of the Babylonian Talmud.
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OTHER WORDS FROM redacted

un·re·dac·ted, adjective
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