coedit


Related to coedit: coeditor, cordite

co·ed·it

 (kō-ĕd′ĭt)
tr.v. co·ed·it·ed, co·ed·it·ing, co·ed·its
To edit (a print publication or a film) jointly with another or others.

co·ed′i·tor n.

coedit

(kəʊˈɛdɪt)
vb
(Journalism & Publishing) (tr) to edit (a book, newspaper, etc) jointly
coˈeditor n

co•ed•it

(koʊˈɛd ɪt)

v.t. -it•ed, -it•ing.
to edit jointly with another.
co•ed′i•tor, n.

coedit


Past participle: coedited
Gerund: coediting

Imperative
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Present
I coedit
you coedit
he/she/it coedits
we coedit
you coedit
they coedit
Preterite
I coedited
you coedited
he/she/it coedited
we coedited
you coedited
they coedited
Present Continuous
I am coediting
you are coediting
he/she/it is coediting
we are coediting
you are coediting
they are coediting
Present Perfect
I have coedited
you have coedited
he/she/it has coedited
we have coedited
you have coedited
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Past Continuous
I was coediting
you were coediting
he/she/it was coediting
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you were coediting
they were coediting
Past Perfect
I had coedited
you had coedited
he/she/it had coedited
we had coedited
you had coedited
they had coedited
Future
I will coedit
you will coedit
he/she/it will coedit
we will coedit
you will coedit
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Future Perfect
I will have coedited
you will have coedited
he/she/it will have coedited
we will have coedited
you will have coedited
they will have coedited
Future Continuous
I will be coediting
you will be coediting
he/she/it will be coediting
we will be coediting
you will be coediting
they will be coediting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been coediting
you have been coediting
he/she/it has been coediting
we have been coediting
you have been coediting
they have been coediting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been coediting
you will have been coediting
he/she/it will have been coediting
we will have been coediting
you will have been coediting
they will have been coediting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been coediting
you had been coediting
he/she/it had been coediting
we had been coediting
you had been coediting
they had been coediting
Conditional
I would coedit
you would coedit
he/she/it would coedit
we would coedit
you would coedit
they would coedit
Past Conditional
I would have coedited
you would have coedited
he/she/it would have coedited
we would have coedited
you would have coedited
they would have coedited
Translations

coedit

vt bookmit herausgeben
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A Biography of Melvil Dewey, and with Jim Danky and Christine Pawley, coedits the series Print Culture History in Modern America for the University of Wisconsin Press.
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