Crossword clues for redact
- Some more Dac teasers to prepare for publication
- Prepare for publication
- Change for the better
- Prepare for print
- Change copy
- Delete the sensitive stuff from
- Make fit to print
- Remove sensitive information from
- Put in printable form
- Edit, as a line in a government document
- Edit a document for legal reasons
- Delete for security reasons, say
- Delete before publishing
- Censor for security reasons
- Censor confidential information
- Ready for publication
- Get to work on Time
- Edit, as a report
- Black out, in a way
- Someone who puts text into appropriate form for publication
- What diaskeuasts do
- Work on manuscripts
- Censor text of radical decree
- Censor part of a text for security reasons
- Edit socialist law
- Edit radical piece of legislation
- Work on text is traced out
- Something Communist does? Work in publishing maybe
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Redact \Re*dact"\ (r?*d?kt"), v. t. [L. redactus, p. p. of redigere; pref. red-, re-, again, back + agere to put in motion, to drive.] To reduce to form, as literary matter; to digest and put in shape (matter for publication); to edit.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
vb. 1 To censor, to black out or remove parts of a document while releasing the remainder. 2 (context legal English) To black out legally protected sections of text in a document provided to opposing counsel, typically as part of the discovery process. 3 To reduce to form, as literary matter; to digest and put in shape (matter for publication); to edit. (from 19th c.)
prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting; "Edit a a book on lexical semantics"; "she edited the letters of the politician so as to omit the most personal passages" [syn: edit]
Redact or Redacted may refer to:
- Redacted (film), a 2007 film
- Redaction, a form of editing in which multiple sources are combined and subjected to minor alteration to create a definitive and coherent work
- Sanitization (classified information), the process of removing sensitive information
- Torah redactor
Usage examples of "redact".
Tanu healers with a certain combination of PK and redact are able to work through this stuff in some metapsychic way.
You must redact this conversation, and store it till it might be needed.
But it was not a sign as bad as it might have been: the thought ports in his armor were evidently not allowing the noetic reader to redact or to manipulate his nervous system.
The rapid ability to replace, retrain, redact, or to replay an entire lifetime of experience through electromnemonics rendered individual minds fungible, modular, and replaceable.
He held it up to the redacted photocopy just to make sure it was a perfect fit.
Rhadamanthus Law-mind to affirm that the redacted memories had been taken from him with his own informed consent, not to escape some legal debt or obligation, nor for some other unworthy purpose.
However, he would face civil penalties in another suit if he should break his word and avail himself of the memories redacted under the Lakshmi agreement.
The message will be meaningless to you unless you immediately resume certain redacted memories.
The redacted memories are permitted to us when they are directly pertinent to the conduct of our interest and efforts, or for other reasons of public need.
She will be utterly unable to cope with a reality she has redacted from all memory.
She will have the legal right, once she is sane again, to open her redacted memories, and let herself go insane again.
Nothing Mentality saw this joylessness as potential threat, and required all our minds to be redacted and resculpted to render us docile and content.
He knew nothing about the Golden Oecumene, knew thing about how Phaethon thought, and did not seem realize that Phaethon could not be redacted by the noetic unit unless he was taken out of his armor.
The only other thing I can do is show you the plan under seal, and then have your memory of the plan redacted, allowing you only to keep the knowledge that there is a plan and that you agreed to it.
The name of the would-be rape victim had been redacted from court records, and even the most wagging of Montclair tongues refused to divulge her name.