[ UK /ɹɪdˈækt/ ]
[ US /ɹɪˈdækt/ ]
  1. prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting
    Edit a book on lexical semantics
    she edited the letters of the politician so as to omit the most personal passages
  2. formulate in a particular style or language
    She cast her request in very polite language
    I wouldn't put it that way
  1. someone who puts text into appropriate form for publication
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How To Use redact In A Sentence

  • Whilst not the first so to do but well before the bandwagon hove into view, I proposed that MPs expenses must be place in full, unexpurgated, unredacted beauty online as are those of MSPs by the Scottish Parliament. Where The Huntsman leads, the hounds follow
  • You have redacted parts of the data.
  • Thus an Elizabethan ‘Homer’ could well mean an English translation of an Italian redaction, or of a French or Latin version of the Greek original.
  • Rather, it is a final redaction of sources ranging from the Red Book of Westmarch, to Elvish Chronicles, to Gondorian records, to tales of Rohirrim which were only transcribed centuries later.
  • In essence, I begin the editing process - redacting the data, picking useful bits - while taking handwritten notes.
  • The problem is not that he has abridged the Bible - the very creation of Scripture required the editorial judgment of its redactors - but that he has attenuated it.
  • They include a redaction of Freeman's journal, some excerpts of the original, and four manuscript reports sent in by Custis.
  • It was bought by a nice man in [redacted], who three days after he received the phone, e-mailed me to say he'd taken the phone to the T-Mobile near his home to have it activated only to be told that a brand new phone, which was still in the box and had all the accessories in plastic, was broken and couldn't be repaired. T-Mobile: We Can't Help You, Sell Your Brand New Defective Phone On eBay - The Consumerist
  • I hope that it's not redacted and that we actually get to see all of the information the commission is collecting right now.
  • This year, MPs were given copies of their files, already marked with the Commons authorities changes, to suggest their own redactions.
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