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edit

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of edit

  1. 1 to prepare for publication by correcting, rewriting, or updating the publisher edited a new version of its best-selling school dictionary Synonyms of edit redraft, revamp, revise, rework Words Related to edit perfect, polish, touch up; copyedit, read, sub [British], subedit; reedit; amend, annotate, correct, emend, rectify; fact-check; anthologize, collect, compile; get out, issue, print, publish; abridge, blue-pencil, redact, red-pencil; engross, recopy

  2. 2 to change (something) so as to make it suitable for a new use or situation the restaurant chef has edited several of his gourmet dishes for preparation by the home cook Synonyms of edit acclimate, acclimatize, accommodate, adjust, condition, conform, doctor, adapt, fashion, fit, put, shape, suit, tailorWords Related to edit readapt, readjust; customize, gear, match, model, pattern; attune, correct, harmonize, square, tune; establish, root, settle; acquaint, familiarize, orient, orientate; equip, prepare, prime, rehearse; harden, inure, season, toughen; alter, convert, make over, modify, recast, reclaim, recycle, redesign, redevelop, redo, reengineer, refashion, refigure, refit, refocus, reinvent, rejigger, remake, remodel, revamp, revise, rework, transform; accustom, condition, habilitate, habituate, naturalize; ready, season; bend; fiddle (with), fine-tune, phase, register, regulate, rigNear Antonyms of edit misadjust



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