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edit (verb), edits; edited; editing
1. To alter, to change, to make suggestions for the improvement of various media presentations; such as, a book, a film, etc.: "The writer was ruthless in her editing of the manuscript of the book prior to publication."
2. Etymology: from Latin editus, past participle of edere, "to give"; from ex-, "out" + dare, "to give".
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