precensor

precensor

(priːˈsɛnsə)
vb (tr)
(Journalism & Publishing) to censor (a film, play, book, etc) before its publication

precensor


Past participle: precensored
Gerund: precensoring

Imperative
precensor
precensor
Present
I precensor
you precensor
he/she/it precensors
we precensor
you precensor
they precensor
Preterite
I precensored
you precensored
he/she/it precensored
we precensored
you precensored
they precensored
Present Continuous
I am precensoring
you are precensoring
he/she/it is precensoring
we are precensoring
you are precensoring
they are precensoring
Present Perfect
I have precensored
you have precensored
he/she/it has precensored
we have precensored
you have precensored
they have precensored
Past Continuous
I was precensoring
you were precensoring
he/she/it was precensoring
we were precensoring
you were precensoring
they were precensoring
Past Perfect
I had precensored
you had precensored
he/she/it had precensored
we had precensored
you had precensored
they had precensored
Future
I will precensor
you will precensor
he/she/it will precensor
we will precensor
you will precensor
they will precensor
Future Perfect
I will have precensored
you will have precensored
he/she/it will have precensored
we will have precensored
you will have precensored
they will have precensored
Future Continuous
I will be precensoring
you will be precensoring
he/she/it will be precensoring
we will be precensoring
you will be precensoring
they will be precensoring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been precensoring
you have been precensoring
he/she/it has been precensoring
we have been precensoring
you have been precensoring
they have been precensoring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been precensoring
you will have been precensoring
he/she/it will have been precensoring
we will have been precensoring
you will have been precensoring
they will have been precensoring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been precensoring
you had been precensoring
he/she/it had been precensoring
we had been precensoring
you had been precensoring
they had been precensoring
Conditional
I would precensor
you would precensor
he/she/it would precensor
we would precensor
you would precensor
they would precensor
Past Conditional
I would have precensored
you would have precensored
he/she/it would have precensored
we would have precensored
you would have precensored
they would have precensored
Translations

precensor

vt newspaper article etcvorzensieren, einer Vorzensur unterwerfen (geh)
References in periodicals archive ?
I can't do the kind of thing that I do with the material if I always have to precensor myself by asking the kinds of questions that I think a scholar would ask.
Yet video compression also provides a cost-effective means for program distributors to precensor programs by editing different versions for different countries, then compressing and encrypting them for distribution on regional satellites.