- 美[ 'ɛdɪtɪd]
- v.编辑( edit的过去式和过去分词 ); 剪辑（电影、录音磁带、无线电或电视节目、书等）; 主编（报纸、杂志等）
His voice will be edited out of the final film.
This collection of essays is edited by Ellen Knight.
She edited that line out again.
She has edited the media studies quarterly, Screen.
I know that this draft text will need to be edited.
All references to the scandal were edited out of the tape.
We edited out some unnecessary words or sentences from the draft.
The auther has edited out all references to his own family.
He edited a book of poetry carefully.
It was edited from the original text.
He edited that anthology of poems.
The magazine is written , edited , produced, and published by women.
这份杂志完全由妇女撰稿, 编辑, 印刷和出版.
The author has edited out all references to his own family.
They must have edited bits of the interview out.
He edited a volume of Irish Fairy Tales for children.
They were all edited for gender and other identifying information, so Dutt and her team could assign them a score without knowing the gender of the student.
2017年12月四级真题（第二套）阅读 Section C
In fact, the whole show is written, directed, edited and produced by him, and is very funny and has won many awards.
2019年12月六级真题（第一套）听力 Section A收起真题例句
1. improved or corrected by critical editing;
"the emended text"