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edited \edited\ adj. improved or corrected by critical editing.

Syn: emended.

  1. having been altered from the original version: being something that someone has edited v

  2. (en-past of: edit)


adj. improved or corrected by critical editing; "the emended text" [syn: emended]

EDITED (company)

EDITED (formerly EDITD) is a retail technology company headquartered in London, England, with offices in New York and Melbourne. The company produces a real-time data analytics software of the same name intended for apparel brands and retailers to monitor the apparel retail market worldwide. Its software is primarily used by apparel buyers, traders and merchandisers.

Usage examples of "edited".

The magazines I edited were sold to another publisher around then, and I didn’t want to go along.

The magazines I edited were sold to another publisher around then, and I didn't want to go along.

This was the first volume in the series, the Searchlight Books, edited by T.

Although Whitman's family moved to Brooklyn before he was five years old, he returned to visit relatives, and later taught school at various places on Long Island and edited a paper at Huntington, near his birthplace.

In 1848 he went leisurely to New Orleans, where he edited a newspaper, but in a short time he journeyed north along the Mississippi, traveled in Canada, and finally returned to New York, having completed a trip of eight thousand miles.

For a discussion of the kinds of stories about native cannibalism that were told by the seamen of the era, see Gananath Obeyesekere's “Cannibal Feasts in Nineteenth-Century Figi: Seamen's Yarns and the Ethnographic Imagination,” in Cannibalism and the Colonial World, edited by Francis Barker, Peter Hulme, and Margaret Iversen.

I have relied heavily on the book the expedition produced, The Pitcairn Islands: Biogeograpky, Ecology and Prehistory, edited by Tim Benton and Tom Spencer, for in­formation about Henderson Island.

Emerson's letter to his daughter about the Essex is in his collected letters, edited by Ralph Rusk, vol.