coedit

verb
co·ed·it | \ˌkō-ˈe-dət \
variants: or co-edit
coedited or co-edited; coediting or co-editing

Definition of coedit 

transitive verb

: to share the duties of editing (something) with one or more others : to edit (something) jointly coedit a journal … a prominent theater critic who published 34 books on the theater and co-edited (with H.L. Mencken) two influential magazines— Linda Glaser

Other Words from coedit

coeditor \ˌkō-ˈe-də-tər \ or co-editor noun plural coeditors or co-editors
He was for a time coeditor of the magazine Horizon with Cyril Connolly … — John Gross

First Known Use of coedit

1876, in the meaning defined above

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