precensor

precensor

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

precensor

vt newspaper article etcvorzensieren, einer Vorzensur unterwerfen (geh)
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References in periodicals archive ?
Where governmental controls existed, such as in the dual French privilege systems, translators could often precensor themselves; yet particularly for religious translators in an era of Reform, persecutions, expulsions, and executions, translation was fraught with dangers.
[...] 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.
The Constitution and the Supreme Court have decided that it is improper for a court to attempt to precensor the press and substitute the court's judgment for that of an editor.
Warren's Profession was "precensored" in England by the Examiner of Plays and only reached a limited audience in print form as part of Plays: Pleasant and Unpleasant.
Films had been precensored in South Africa but were subject to additional censorship in Northern Rhodesia having to be passed by a Censorship Board.
The press was for many years precensored and citizens or legislators could be detained.
The anti-Semitism of the Poles is primordial, raw and unprocessed, while the Germans filter their reactions through the bureaucratic screen of modern language and precensored speech.