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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re-edit
Present
I re-edit
you re-edit
he/she/it re-edits
we re-edit
you re-edit
they re-edit
Preterite
I re-edited
you re-edited
he/she/it re-edited
we re-edited
you re-edited
they re-edited
Present Continuous
I am re-editing
you are re-editing
he/she/it is re-editing
we are re-editing
you are re-editing
they are re-editing
Present Perfect
I have re-edited
you have re-edited
he/she/it has re-edited
we have re-edited
you have re-edited
they have re-edited
Past Continuous
I was re-editing
you were re-editing
he/she/it was re-editing
we were re-editing
you were re-editing
they were re-editing
Past Perfect
I had re-edited
you had re-edited
he/she/it had re-edited
we had re-edited
you had re-edited
they had re-edited
Future
I will re-edit
you will re-edit
he/she/it will re-edit
we will re-edit
you will re-edit
they will re-edit
Future Perfect
I will have re-edited
you will have re-edited
he/she/it will have re-edited
we will have re-edited
you will have re-edited
they will have re-edited
Future Continuous
I will be re-editing
you will be re-editing
he/she/it will be re-editing
we will be re-editing
you will be re-editing
they will be re-editing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been re-editing
you have been re-editing
he/she/it has been re-editing
we have been re-editing
you have been re-editing
they have been re-editing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been re-editing
you will have been re-editing
he/she/it will have been re-editing
we will have been re-editing
you will have been re-editing
they will have been re-editing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been re-editing
you had been re-editing
he/she/it had been re-editing
we had been re-editing
you had been re-editing
they had been re-editing
Conditional
I would re-edit
you would re-edit
he/she/it would re-edit
we would re-edit
you would re-edit
they would re-edit
Past Conditional
I would have re-edited
you would have re-edited
he/she/it would have re-edited
we would have re-edited
you would have re-edited
they would have re-edited
Translations

re-edit

[ˈriːˈedɪt] VTreeditar

re-edit

vtneu herausgeben; book, textnoch einmal redigieren; film, tapeneu schneiden
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These episodes are redirected from scratch with a new direction and re-editing.
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No, wait, one of the actors needs the toilet so it is a quick dash back and some re-editing for the final version.
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Handsomely produced but as dramatically inert as star Nicole Kidman's frigid cheek muscles, Dahan's strained bid to recapture the critical and commercial success of his smash Edith Piaf biopic "La Vie en Rose" is the sort of misbegotten venture no amount of clever re-editing could hope to improve.
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Michael Crichton chose Hard Case Crime to bring this set back, even re-editing two of the Lange books and writing new chapters for one of them.