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e·di·tion

 (ĭ-dĭsh′ən)
n.
1.
a. The entire number of copies of a publication issued at one time or from a single set of type.
b. A single copy from this group.
c. The form in which a publication is issued: a paperback edition of a novel; an annotated edition of Shakespeare.
d. A version of an earlier publication having substantial changes or additions: a newly revised edition of a standard reference work.
2. All the copies of a specified issue of a newspaper: the morning edition; the Sunday edition.
3. A broadcast of a radio or television news program: Thursday's edition of the six o'clock news.
4.
a. The entire number of like or identical items issued or produced as a set: a limited edition of early jazz recordings; a signed edition of a group of lithographs.
b. Any of the various or successive forms in which something is offered or presented: this year's edition of fall fashions from Paris.
5. One that closely resembles an original; a version: The boy was a smaller edition of his father.

[Middle English edicion, version, translation, from Latin ēditiō, ēditiōn-, publication, production, from ēditus, past participle of ēdere, to publish, produce; see edit.]

edition

(ɪˈdɪʃən)
n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing
a. the entire number of copies of a book, newspaper, or other publication printed at one time from a single setting of type
b. a single copy from this number: a first edition; the evening edition.
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) one of a number of printings of a book or other publication, issued at separate times with alterations, amendments, etc. Compare impression6
3. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding)
a. an issue of a work identified by its format: a leather-bound edition of Shakespeare.
b. an issue of a work identified by its editor or publisher: the Oxford edition of Shakespeare.
4. (Broadcasting) a particular instance of a television or radio programme broadcast
vb
(Art Terms) (tr) to produce multiple copies of (an original work of art)
[C16: from Latin ēditiō a bringing forth, publishing, from ēdere to give out; see editor]

e•di•tion

(ɪˈdɪʃ ən)

n.
1. one of a series of printings of a publication, each issued at a different time and differing from another by alterations, additions, etc.
2. the format in which a work is published: a paperback edition.
3. the whole number of impressions or copies of a publication printed from one set of type at one time.
4. a version, esp. of something presented to the public.
[1545–55; (< Middle French) < Latin]

edition

In cartography, a particular issue of a map or chart which is different from other issues.

Edition

 the number of copies of a book or paper printed at the one time, 1555.

edition

The number of copies printed at one time.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.edition - the form in which a text (especially a printed book) is publishededition - the form in which a text (especially a printed book) is published
printing, impression - all the copies of a work printed at one time; "they ran off an initial printing of 2000 copies"
limited edition - an edition that is restricted to a specific number of copies
variorum, variorum edition - an edition containing various versions of a text or notes by various scholars or editors
2.edition - all of the identical copies of something offered to the public at the same time; "the first edition appeared in 1920"; "it was too late for the morning edition"; "they issued a limited edition of Bach recordings"
group, grouping - any number of entities (members) considered as a unit
3.edition - an issue of a newspaper; "he read it in yesterday's edition of the Times"
issue, number - one of a series published periodically; "she found an old issue of the magazine in her dentist's waiting room"
extra - an additional edition of a newspaper (usually to report a crisis)
4.edition - something a little different from others of the same typeedition - something a little different from others of the same type; "an experimental version of the night fighter"; "a variant of the same word"; "an emery wheel is the modern variation of a grindstone"; "the boy is a younger edition of his father"
type - a subdivision of a particular kind of thing; "what type of sculpture do you prefer?"

edition

noun version, copy, issue, programme (TV, Radio), printing, volume, impression, publication, number A paperback edition is now available in all good bookshops.
Translations
طَبْعَةطَبْعَه
vydání
udgaveversion
painos
izdanje
kiadás
útgáfa
izdaja
upplaga
จำนวนพิมพ์ทั้งหมดต่อครั้ง
bản in

edition

[ɪˈdɪʃən] N (gen) → edición f; (= number printed) → tirada f, impresión f

edition

[ɪˈdɪʃən] n [book, newspaper] → édition f; [programme] → édition f
a paperback edition → une édition de poche, une édition brochée

edition

nAusgabe f, → Edition f; (= impression)Auflage f

edition

[ɪˈdɪʃn] nedizione f

edit

(ˈedit) verb
to prepare (a book, manuscript, newspaper, programme, film etc) for publication, or for broadcasting etc, especially by correcting, altering, shortening etc.
edition (iˈdiʃn) noun
a number of copies of a book etc printed at a time, or the form in which they are produced. the third edition of the book; a paperback edition; the evening edition of the newspaper.
ˈeditor noun
1. a person who edits books etc. a dictionary editor.
2. a person who is in charge of (part of) a newspaper, journal etc. The editor of The Times; She has been appointed fashion editor.
ˌediˈtorial (-ˈtoː-) adjective
of or belonging to editors. editorial work/staff.
noun
the leading article in a newspaper.

edition

طَبْعَة vydání udgave Ausgabe έκδοση edición painos édition izdanje edizione editie utgave wydanie edição издание upplaga จำนวนพิมพ์ทั้งหมดต่อครั้ง baskı bản in 版本
References in classic literature ?
One edition of jelly was trickled from pot to pot, another lay upon the floor, and a third was burning gaily on the stove.
Tis the six-and-twentieth edition, promulgated at Boston, Anno Domini 1744; and is entitled, 'The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testaments; faithfully translated into English Metre, for the Use, Edification, and Comfort of the Saints, in Public and Private, especially in New England'.
Behind him stood a younger man, a more modern edition of the other.
In the abridged London edition of, there are plates of an alleged whale and a narwhale.
And here be it said, that whenever it has been convenient to consult one in the course of these dissertations, I have invariably used a huge quarto edition of Johnson, expressly purchased for that purpose; because that famous lexicographer's uncommon personal bulk more fitted him to compile a lexicon to be used by a whale author like me.
When this edition appeared, twenty thousand copies were sent to the stockyards district; and they were taken out and stowed away in the rear of a little cigar store, and every evening, and on Sundays, the members of the Packingtown locals would get armfuls and distribute them on the streets and in the houses.
Stowe attempted unsuccessfully to have this identifying note removed from the stereotype-plate of the first edition.
It is not permitted to make use of the work in question to a publication of the same contents as well as to the pirated edition of it.
A Hartfield edition of Shakespeare would have a long note on that passage.
I should be in a curious taking if I surrendered my heart to that young person, and the daughter turned out a second edition of the mother.
Of all the moveables in it, I must have been impressed by a certain old bureau of some dark wood in the parlour (the tile-floored kitchen was the general sitting-room), with a retreating top which opened, let down, and became a desk, within which was a large quarto edition of Foxe's Book of Martyrs.
Nor should one ever eat without a seventeenth-century poet in an old yellow-leaved edition upon the table, not to be read, of course, any more than the flowers are to be eaten, but just to make music of association very softly to our thoughts.