verb (used with object)
to put into suitable literary form; revise; edit.
to draw up or frame (a statement, proclamation, etc.).
to hide or remove (confidential parts of a text) before publication or distribution, or to examine (a text) for this purpose: The account number has been redacted from the top of the statement.
Origin of redact
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Historical Examples of redactional
The redactional insertion displaced it in one recension and led to its mutilation in the other.
to compose or draft (an edict, proclamation, etc)
to put (a literary work, etc) into appropriate form for publication; edit
Word Origin for redact
C15: from Latin redigere to bring back, from red- re- + agere to drive
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