re-edit

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re-edit

(riːˈɛdɪt)
vb (tr)
1. (Journalism & Publishing) to edit (books, newspapers, films, etc) again
2. (Film) to edit (books, newspapers, films, etc) again

re-edit


Past participle: re-edited
Gerund: re-editing

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
I am re-editing
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Present Perfect
I have re-edited
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Past Continuous
I was re-editing
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Past Perfect
I had re-edited
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Future
I will re-edit
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Future Perfect
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Future Continuous
I will be re-editing
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been re-editing
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been re-editing
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been re-editing
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Conditional
I would re-edit
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Past Conditional
I would have re-edited
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Translations

re-edit

[ˈriːˈedɪt] VTreeditar

re-edit

vtneu herausgeben; book, textnoch einmal redigieren; film, tapeneu schneiden
References in periodicals archive ?
Our interest for African literature does not boil downto buying book rights so we can reedit them in Algeria.
Then] they're put into this shared editing pool and they'll recut or reedit the live event to be redistributed in other markets.
Instead of producing one film after the other in a very short period, our filmmakers need to devote more time to create, edit and reedit their movies and videos.
Rosa Perelmuter (97-103) has pointed out that by the nineteenth century, copies of Sor Juana's works were scarce and difficult to obtain, which contributed (along with a general disdain for the Baroque) to the relatively few and often erroneous references to Sor Juana by nineteenth-century scholars, and the general neglect and ignorance of her work by readers until the first efforts to reedit her works began toward the end of the century.
In The Butterfly Effect it is even suggested quite literally that the brain should be seen as a film: think of your life as a film, rewind, go back, reedit.
Melnick's portrait of Rothafel confirms, rather than alters, what we think we know about the relative authority of the exhibitor over the film text from the silent to the early sound periods, as witness his willingness occasionally to reedit the films he showed.
Because the interviewee did not know who the person was in the photo, I ended up having to cut the photo and reedit the video.
The rotund father of the clan helps Mel Gibson to reedit his remake of Mr Smith Goes to Washington, then the family accidentally runs over Ned Flanders in the spooky I Know What You Diddily-Iddly-Did.
What is more, his decision to reedit old material illustrates one of his central ideas.
As a result, claimed the blogger, the studio had asked director Jonathan Demme to reedit the film to remove the "more Hillary-esque gestures.
If there are vast numbers of private libraries, it becomes effectively impossible for the "ministry of truth" to reedit history.